A map showing the extent of the Internet population around the world
There seems to be a map showing the Internet population and domestic penetration rate of each country in the world, and the Internet usage rate seen worldwide. There is an image that Japan has a considerably high domestic penetration rate, but what percentage is it from the world viewpoint?
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This is a map showing the Internet population of each country. The target countries are Japan, the United States, Britain, Germany, China, India, Brazil, seven countries. The graph expressed on the outside of the circle is the ratio to the Internet population of the world, and the small graph shows the Internet penetration rate of the country.
The Internet population of the United States is 220 million people. The domestic penetration rate is 72.5%, accounting for 15% of the world's Internet population. The Brazilian Internet population is 67.5 million people. The domestic penetration rate is about 26%, and it is 3.4% worldwide.
The Internet population of the UK is 43.2 million people. The domestic penetration rate is 69%, and it is around 2.9% on a worldwide basis. The domestic penetration rate of Germany is 64%, but the Internet population is 52.5 million people, which shows that there is a difference in total population compared to the UK.
Japan's Internet population is 94 million people, the domestic penetration rate is the highest among the seven countries comparing at a domestic penetration rate of 74%. Despite China's domestic penetration rate of about 19%, the Internet population is the most common with 253 million people. Although India has a domestic penetration rate of only 6%, the Internet population is 60 million people, the difference of the total population appears clearly.
Next is a graph comparing what kind of usage Internet is used. It is clear that the most used on the web is nearly half, and next there are many things that are used in P2P. I am amazed that 78% of the mail was spam.
in Note, Posted by darkhorse_log