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Infographic: Internet Penetration Rates in US and Other Countries

Written on June 05, 2011 by Japhet Writ

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In the United States and Western Europe, the Internet is ubiquitous. But, did you know that New Zealand, Australia, Singapore, South Korea and Japan all have higher rates of Internet penetration than the U.S.?

The Internet seems ubiquitous in the US and Western Europe. However, New Zealand, Japan, South Korea, Australia and Singapore have higher risks of Internet penetration. That is according to an infographic created by Edelman, a public relations and research company. Their visual presentation informs the people about the Internet usage in the Asia-Pacific region, with New Zealand being the most digitally connected. That said, it’s a no brainer why New Zealand has 84% of Internet penetration risks.

Check out the rest of the infographic after the skip.

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