Europeans Using The Internet 24 Hours Per Month

Posted: Jun 5 2007, 1:00am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 2:10am CDT, in News | Other Stuff

Europeans using the Internet 24 hours per month
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The average EU citizen logs on to the world wide web 16.5 days a month and spends an average time of 24 hours online during that time. That's according to notable online tracking firm comScore.

Britons should be happy to hear they beat the average, with the average UK Web surfer spending around 34.4 hours online each month. Total Internet population was dominated by Germany, though, which comScore says has about 23.5 million online users aged 15+.The Netherlands is the most Web-connected country in Europe, according to report. A staggering 83% of the people there have an Internet connection. Russia, which for some reason was included in the study, came in at the bottom, with a measly 11%.

Of the 16 countries in the report, 13 recorded Google as the most popular site. Europe needs to boost its birth rate if it wants to catch up to the US, though, because the United States has about 156 million online users.

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