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Poll: Social Media Not Replacing Direct Interactions

by WSJ Live 3:04 mins

Poll: Social Media Not Replacing Direct Interactions

by WSJ Live 3:04 mins

Social media and online networking have exploded over the last fifteen years, but they do not seem to be replacing direct social connections among neighbors or family members around the dining room table, a new Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll has found. Janet Hook reports. Photo: Getty.

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