|US Internet Population
|Source: The Strategis Group|
According to the Computer Industry Almanac, the United States will have more than 110 million Internet users by the end of 1999, which is nearly 43 percent of the world’s online population. The US will have one-third of the total Internet users in 2002, and that number will decline to 27 percent by the end of 2005.
According to The Strategis Group, approximately 101 million adult Americans are now using the Internet, up from 65 million in mid-1998 and 84 million at the end of 1998.
The Spring 1999 Cyber Stats report by Mediamark Research found that 64.2 million American adults use the Internet regularly and almost 84 million have access to the Internet either at home or work.
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