INFOGRAPHIC: What Swedes do onlinePhoto: IIS

INFOGRAPHIC: What Swedes do online

Publicerad: 13 November 2015, kl. 10:46

Sorry net pirates, but it seems like YouTube is a much more attractive way of spending time online for Swedes these days.

Adam Jönsson
 

YouTube watching places second in statistics revealed in the report Svenskarna och internet 2015 released by Internetstiftelsen i Sverige (IIS) yesterday. Most Swedes are using the web to search for information, according to the statistics.

The infographic below shows what Swedes are doing online:

  • 89 per cent search for information
  • 83 per cent watch YouTube
  • 77 per cent are shopping
  • 76 per cent read newspapers
  • 70 per cent use Facebook
  • 44 per cent play online games
  • 35 per cent use Swisch (a payment system)
  • 30 per cent listen to podcasts
  • 18 per cent file-share
Photo: IIS

Photo: IIS

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