Brazil saw the highest percentage gain in home Internet users in July. That’s according to data released monthly from Nielsen//NetRatings.
Internet population increased in Brazil (2.63 percent); Japan (1.65 percent); Switzerland (1.19 percent); the U.S. (0.89 percent); Germany (0.53 percent); Australia (0.23 percent); and the U.K. (0.12 percent). The population of home internet users dipped in Spain (3.68 percent); France (2.83 percent); and Italy (0.74 percent).
Nielsen//NetRatings 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, July 2007|
|Country||June 2007||July 2007||Growth (%)||Difference|
|Source: Nielsen//NetRatings, 2007|
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