Active Home Web Use by Country, November 2005

The number of active at-home Internet users increased 0.93 percent from October 2005 to November 2005. The audience increased in all but four of the 11 countries tracked by Nielsen//NetRatings.

Brazil experienced the largest growth, with 800,273 new active users for the period. That’s an increase of 6.82 percent. Home Internet users in Spain jumped 5.46 percent to 572,349, and France went up 4.27 percent, or 689,693 users.

The Internet population lost traction in Italy with a 2.42 percent drop, a cut of 419,130 users. The number of home users in Japan fell by 1.29 percent, or 512,159 users.

The Nielsen ratings tracked an average increase of 0.51 percent for November 2004 to February 2005.


Active Home Internet Users by Country, November 2005
Country October
2005
November
2005
Change (%) One-Month
Change
Australia 9,935,596 9,887,757 -0.48 -47,838
Brazil 11,729,619 12,529,892 6.82 800,273
France 16,165,914 16,855,607 4.27 689,693
Germany 30,839,556 31,840,403 3.25 1,000,846
Italy 17,342,870 16,923,740 -2.42 -419,130
Japan 39,634,969 39,122,810 -1.29 -512,159
Spain 10,482,927 11,055,277 5.46 572,349
Sweden 4,852,251 4,810,817 -0.85 -41,434
Switzerland 3,510,823 3,602,570 2.61 91,747
United
Kingdom
23,369,623 23,586,055 0.93 216,432
United
States
142,174,091 142,704,415 0.37 530,325
Total 310,038,240 312,919,343 0.93 2,881,103
Source: Nielsen//NetRatings, 2005

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