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The Top 10 Government Facebook Pages

See which government Facebook pages have the most "likes."

As social media increasingly becomes part of everyday life, more government agencies are carving out a social media presence online. Facebook, not surprisingly, is perhaps the most common outlet for government social media efforts. Below is a list of ten of the most "liked" government Facebook pages.

The U.S. Marine Corp
1,584,318 likes

The White House
1,178,189 likes

The National Guard
1,012,382 likes

The U.S. Army
920,629 likes

NASA
595,788 likes

The U.S. Air Force
562,301 likes

The U.S. Navy
384,107 likes

The CDC
160,253 likes

The FBI
154,051 likes

The U.S. Dept. of Veterans Affaris
146,314 likes

 

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