Poll: Facebook news feed changes

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Facebook recently announced changes to what users see in their news feeds. Now, users will see more of their family and friends' posts, and less posts from businesses and brands. According to Facebook founder and chief executive Mark Zuckerberg, the changes are a way to encourage meaningful social exchanges. Let us know if you agree with these changes.
 

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