Here’s How 1K Americans Rate Their Fellow Netizens


It’s easy to escape the real world by hiding behind an online alias. But between bans on unauthorized users and widespread internet safety concerns, even popular social media platforms are being described as “toxic.”

Are we partially to blame? In a new study, the team at WhoIsHostingThis surveyed over 1,000 habitual internet users about their daily online struggles with sites like Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. We discovered that in addition to negative commentary, over half of netizens think internet trolls are the most annoying people on the web. Continue reading to learn how certain online expression can impact your social following and credibility.

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