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a new study released tuesday shows that a growing number of drivers are more distracted than ever behind the wheel not just texting but also using facebook snapchat and twitter , the survey conducted by eighteen t. found that twenty seven percent of drivers between sixteen and sixty five , admitted to using facebook while behind the wheel while fourteen percent use twitter , one in ten of the respondents also said the video chat while seventeen percent said they just can't resist taking a selfie is from the driver's seat , texting still remains the preferred poison for drivers , with more than half of all drivers saying they thumb away at their phone texting behind the wheel of course is banned it almost all fifty states