StatsAudienceWho’s on the Net in the U.S.?

Who's on the Net in the U.S.?

The primary survey used here is the Baruch College-Harris Poll commissioned by Business Week (BW) that took place April 11-16 1997, and came out in the issue of May 5 1997.

The primary survey used here is the Baruch College-Harris Poll commissioned by Business Week (BW) that took place April 11-16 1997, and came out in the issue of May 5 1997.

In addition we have back-up data from a survey conducted by IntelliQuest (IQ) in November and December of last year, a recent presentation by FIND/SVP and the 7th GVUC (Graphics, Visualization & Usability Center, an academic research center affiliated with Georgia Tech’s College of Computing) survey conducted in April and May.

Common theme? As more people get online cyberspace begins to look more like Earth. [IC_ARTICLE_OBJECT [SHOW IC_Article_ID] “table1”]

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