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Active Home Internet Users by Country, May 2009

  |  June 26, 2009   |  Comments

The Internet population is up everywhere except the U.K.

The population of active Internet users in the 10 countries tracked by Nielsen Online went up almost across the board.

The United Kingdom was the one country where the number of Internet users decreased, which dipped only slightly, at the rate of half a percent between April and May.

In the other nine countries tracked by Nielsen Online, the number of active Internet users increased between half a percent and almost 6 percent in the same period. Brazil increased by 0.42 percent. France showed the greatest increase with 5.57 percent growth in active Internet population in May.

Nielsen Online uses a sampling methodology applied worldwide, which allows for data aggregation on a regional and global basis. Active Internet users are derived from the number of users who have logged on in the previous 30 days.

Worldwide Active Internet Home Users, May 2009
Country April 2009 May 2009 Growth (%) Difference
Australia 10,929,536 11,237,351 2.82 307,815
Brazil 25,460,307 25,566,439 0.42 106,132
France 29,457,939 31,099,132 5.57 1,641,193
Germany 36,158,816 36,706,500 1.51 544,684
Italy 17,662,655 17,769,768 0.61 107,113
Japan 48,567,721 49,711,242 2.35 1,143,520
Spain 19,375,214 19,826,831 2.33 451,617
Switzerland 3,721,585 3,765,629 1.18 44,044
U.K. 29,063,326 29,048,332 -0.05 -14,994
U.S. 154,525,974 156,557,641 1.31 2,031,667
Source: Nielsen Online, 2009


Enid Burns

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