New Sur­vey Expos­es TikTok’s Dis­turb­ing Influ­ence in Gen Z Women

New Survey Exposes TikTok’s Disturbing Influence in Gen Z Women

A new sur­vey revealed that TikTok’s influ­ence over Amer­i­cans is only grow­ing, thus increas­ing the Chi­nese Com­mu­nist Party’s sur­veil­lance of cit­i­zens. 
Indeed, the Her Cam­pus Media sur­vey revealed that the CCP–tied app is the top search engine for more than half of Gen Z women over Google. Gen Z, some­times referred to as “zoomers,” is the name of the gen­er­a­tion for peo­ple born in the mid-to-late 1990s to the ear­ly 2010s. The sur­veyed Gen Z women claimed they used Tik­Tok over Google because of instant video results, relat­able answers and per­son­al­ized answers. Notably, over 90 per­cent of the world uses Google search.
Fur­ther results of TikTok’s dan­ger­ous influ­ence were even more trou­bling.
Tik­Tok report­ed that videos with the hash­tag #Tik­Tok­Made­Me­Buy­It received 12.4 bil­lion video views. The sur­vey added that  3 out of 4 Gen Z indi­vid­u­als sur­veyed bought some­thing after see­ing it on Tik­Tok, mean­ing the CCP-tied app has unprece­dent­ed influ­ence over young con­sumers. Users can click a link on a Tik­Tok post and direct­ly pur­chase the rec­om­mend­ed item.
This infor­ma­tion cor­rob­o­rates MRC Free Speech Amer­i­ca reports warn­ing against the dan­ger­ous influ­ence Tik­Tok has ov …