Survey: Vast majority of Facebook users dislike new redesign - Video

London (Keydmedia) - It seems like nothing really gets people more stirred up than change. Users of the social networking service Facebook are in an uproar about the new design changes announced this week.
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In a recent survey of over 1,000 people conducted by Sodahead, the social voting-based site found that 86 percent of the Facebook audience gave a strong dislike to the changes announced by Mark Zuckerberg at Facebook’s F8 conference this week.

Teens and women showed the most contempt for the upcoming changes with approximately 90 percent of each group railing against the alterations.

About 80 percent of young adults and men had a dislike for the new features. While women are clearly in the majority over men on Facebook, young adults between 18 to 25 years old comprise the largest percentage of users in the United States.

The only group that had a majority of users in support of the new changes were IT workers. In addition, people with incomes over $100,000 as well as college students didn’t put up as much animosity toward Facebook as other users.

At the F8 conference yesterday, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg showed off some of the most drastic changes ever made to the company

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