Brazil experienced an increase of over one million active home Internet users in November, according to data from Nielsen//NetRatings.
Gains in the 10 countries tracked come to 6.1 million active home users, a 1.88 percent increase from October. The largest increases occurred in Brazil (8.53 percent); France (7.37 percent); and Spain (4.04 percent).
The U.K. (-1.88 percent); Germany (-1.03 percent); and Japan (-0.69 percent) each experienced a drop in the number of active home Internet users in November over the previous month.
Nielsen//NetRatings uses a sampling methodology applied worldwide, which allows for data aggregation on a regional and global basis.
|Worldwide Active Home Internet Universe, November 2006|
|Source: Nielsen//NetRatings, 2007|
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