Facebook’s May 18 IPO—which set the market value of the
social-networking giant at $105 billion—sparked significant discussion
on Twitter, blogs and Facebook itself, with more expressions of
skepticism than confidence about the stock's value, according to a
report by the Pew Research Center's Project for Excellence in
Users of Twitter were the most doubtful, as almost four times as much of
the overall conversation from May 14-20 (22%) consisted of claims that
Facebook stock was over hyped than it was worth buying (6%).