While Facebook may have a “teen problem,” it may not be as bad as a report from iStrategy last week suggested. According to a report from GlobalWebIndex, Facebook’s usage among teens dropped 2% from Q2 to Q4 in 2013. That is not nearly as nearly as sharp a drop as the 25.3% drop among high schoolers from 2011 to 2014 that was reported in iStrategy’s report.

According to the GlobalWebIndex report, teenagers still make up 39% of Facebook’s active users, which makes them the dominant age category. Only YouTube and Tumblr can also boast having teenagers as their largest age category. The report unfortunately doesn’t do a demographic breakdown of Snapchat and other mobile messaging apps that are likely also most used by teens.

Instead of dropping Facebook, teenagers appear to using a variety of social media instead of just one. Instagram, which is owned by Facebook, is the fastest growing social site, growing 23% from Q1 to Q3 in 2013. Reddit, LinkedIn, and Pinterest also made large gains.

Overall, Facebook is still the dominant social network, with more than 80% of respondents saying they had a registered account and more than 50% of respondents saying they were active users. YouTube, Google+, Twitter, and LinkedIn follow Facebook as the next four most used social sites.

In addition to writing for BGR, Ben also helps out at two student publications at the University of Chicago. He writes for The Daily Sophist and copy edits for The Chicago Maroon.