New data from J.P. Morgan analyst Doug Anmuth shows that Twitter, as compared to Facebook and LinkedIn, is where the under 34 set are flocking by and large.

The graph shows what almost looks like a nearly perfect bell curve when it comes to tracking adoption by ages for Twitter, spiking up a bit in the middle age-range. It also shows Twitter is remarkably popular for young people who likely have no use for LinkedIn and are looking for ways to live socially sans Facebook.

It is telling that Twitter’s global audience has a larger slice of that share, with 32.3 percent on Twitter between the ages of 15-24.

Which means that when young people go mobile, they also choose Twitter. The largest sector of mobile users on Twitter was in the 18-24 age range.

Gone are the days for Twitter when it was the oldies driving Twitter traffic. Twitter’s demographics have steered the ship to new waters, as opposed to Facebook which is losing teens. It’s high time to focus energies on the microblogging and photo-sharing platforms over Facebook’s beleaguered news feeds.

Source: All Things D