The UCLA World Internet Project released findings from a recent survey of more than a dozen countries.
Key findings include:
â¢ Television viewing is lower among Internet users than non-users in all of the surveyed countries.
â¢ Information on the Internet is viewed as generally reliable and accurate by a large percentage of users in most countries.
â¢ Surprisingly high levels of online use among the poorest citizens in all of the survey countries â in spite of major divisions in Internet use between the richest and the poorest.
â¢ Important effects on social, political, economic, and religious life in urban China, where the worldâs largest population finds increased ability to reach out to others, in spite of government restrictions.
For more information, visit: http://ccp.ucla.edu/pages/internet-report.asp