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I think getting up early is kind of difficult to do. And I'm pretty sure that it is difficult for many people too.

And I've heard some people saying something like followings, including 'go with'. But, I'm not sure which one is right. Could you help me with this?

  1. Many people go with me.

  2. Many people are the same as me.

  3. Same thing goes with many people.

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Go with, or any of the variations you've suggested, is not correct.

The expression you want is goes for.

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Without rewording the part you're not asking about, I'd recommend this:

I think getting up early is kind of difficult to do. And I'm pretty sure that it's the same for many people too.

As for your other alternatives:

  1. Many people go with me.
    This is not what you want. They don't go anywhere with you! Better not use it!

  2. Many people are the same as me.
    This sentence is okay, but it could be improved.
    Alternatives: Many people are in the same boat. Many people have the same problem.

  3. Same thing goes with many people.
    Correction: The same goes for many people. (as user8399's mentioned, don't use goes with)
    (go for: sense 7: "to be true or relevant for someone or something")

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There are a few superfluous words. And, there are more than one ways to write it.

My version-

I think getting up is difficult. And, I'm pretty sure that this goes the same with many people as well.

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