The folks at Craigconnects surveyed 1000+ Americans over the age of 18 about their experience and views on online privacy.
Here's what they found:
The majority of Americans believe that social networks like Facebook, Twitter and sites like Google and Yahoo collect personal data such as interests, political affiliation, and purchase habits and target ads and/or content at them.
74 percent of Americans are either very of somewhat concerned about having too much personal information about them online.
57 percent have very little or no trust at all in social networking sites.
This infographic takes a closer look at what Americans think about how private their information is on the internet.