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6 hours agoIn its annual report on its users, the US Census Bureau says that Facebook users account for almost a quarter of US adults.

But the Census also says that its users also have a high concentration of low-income people, a demographic that could be affected by the proposed merger of the two internet companies.

Facebook’s revenue per user, as of March 31, 2017, was $3,749, according to the Census Bureau’s latest figures.

Google is the second-largest US internet service provider, with revenues of $13.2 billion.

The companies are reportedly expected to announce the merger at an event in San Francisco on Monday, which is expected to be attended by the president of Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, and Google’s Sundar Pichai, a former Google employee.

The two men are both expected to participate in a panel discussion on the merger.

Last week, Facebook and Google announced that they would merge to create a larger company that will have a stronger emphasis on its advertising business and its internet business.

The merger would create a company that is more than 20 times as big as Facebook, but has much less revenue per person.

In its report, the Census reported that in 2015, Facebook had more than $4 billion in revenues, while Google had more $1.2 trillion in revenues.

The Census report found that in 2016, the combined company generated about $1,000 in profits per user.

But its revenue per capita was less than $3.50 in 2016.

In addition, the report found, Facebook’s average age was over 30, while the median age was 25.

The Census report noted that Facebook had a larger proportion of people with a bachelor’s degree, while in 2016 the proportion was less in the US overall.