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June 9-10: Internet Use statistical analysis

of Internet has developed rapidly in the past decade, and the development of commercial, economic and social worldwide. New online concepts and technologies are changing the way we work and communicate. These new technologies are changing the way consumers shop and businesses sell products. As the Internet has brought more and more personal and business benefits, many people are using the Internet.

The latest statistics from the Internet World Statistics Bureau show that the world population was estimated to be about 6.84 billion on June 10, a growth rate of 1.14% compared to June 2009. Compared with the population growth rate of the past year, the growth rate of Internet users is very high. As of June 10, global Internet users reached 1.96 billion, a year-on-year increase of 17.8%. Statistics also clearly show that in the past ten years, Internet users have grown tremendously, with the growth rate exceeding 400% from 2000 to 2010.

Internet users reached nearly 2 billion, and the penetration rate reached 28.7.

According to Internet World statistics, as of June 30, 2010, there were nearly 2 billion Internet users worldwide. There are about 1966,514,816 Internet users, with a penetration rate of 28.7%. It shows that almost three out of ten people are Internet users.

North America is the region with the highest Internet penetration

over the years, North America is still the region with the highest Internet penetration in the world. The total number of Internet users in North America exceeds 266 million, with a penetration rate of 77.4%. The Internet penetration rate of countries in this geographic location, such as the United States and Canada, exceeds 75%. Australia and Europe rank second and third after North America with penetration rates of 61.3% and 58.4%, respectively.

Asia is the country with the largest number of Internet users in the world. In Asia alone, approximately 42% of Internet users are from Asia. But in terms of Internet penetration rate, Asia’s penetration rate is very low, only 21.5%. The low penetration rate in Asia can be attributed to the most populous countries such as China (Internet penetration rate is 31.6%) and India (Internet penetration rate is less than 7%), which belong to the region.

The top 20 Internet user countries have nearly 75% of the share

Of the total number of Internet users, nearly three-quarters (74.6%) are from the top 20 countries with the largest number of Internet users. China topped the list with 420 million users, and the United States ranked second with 239 million users. But when we compare the penetration rates of these two countries, the United States is far from China. The penetration rate of the United States exceeds 77%, while the penetration rate of China is only 31.6%, which shows that the United States is still the hegemon of the Internet world. Among the top ten countries with the most Internet users, Japan, India, Brazil, Germany, the United Kingdom, Russia, France, and South Korea are close behind, followed by China and the United States.

There are 3 countries in Asia among the top 5 countries with the most Internet users, and 5 of the top 10 countries. Countries like China, Japan and India can enter the top 5. Russia and South Korea from the continent ranked 8th and 10th respectively. In terms of Internet user penetration rate, Europe occupies a dominant position in other regions. Three of the top 5 and 6 of the top 10 are from continental Europe. Countries from this continent include Iceland, Norway, Sweden, the Netherlands, Denmark and Finland. In general, statistics indicate that compared with June 2009, the global Internet usage rate has increased significantly. Although three out of ten people currently use the Internet, as the Internet becomes mainstream in all regions of the world, there are still huge opportunities for improvement in the coming years.

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