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We're all on Facebook more than ever (INFOGRAPHIC)

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The results of a 2011 Ad Age survey measuring the consumption of media by type, generation and time of day balance affirmations of long-held suspicions with a few surprises.

There are a few things we already knew. For instance, four in ten 18- to 29-year-olds spend their evenings watching TV. But did you know that one in four baby boomers (ages 47 to 65) spend their workdays on Facebook? Learn more from the infographic below.

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