Americans Would Choose Internet Over TV If They Had To
This chart shows which technologies Americans wouldn't want to give up. A couple of years ago, television and landline telephones topped that list. Now it's internet and cellphones that Americans find the most essential.
- Average duration of monthly internet usage per user in selected countries as of 4th quarter 2014 (in hours)
Duration of monthly internet usage in selected countries 2014
- Number of internet users in selected countries as of 4th quarter 2014 (in millions)
Number of internet users worldwide 2014, by country
- Market value of the largest internet companies worldwide as of May 2014 (in billion U.S. dollars)
Market value of the largest internet companies worldwide in 2014
- Share of U.S. cell phone users distracted by their phone while drivingShare of U.S. cell phone users distracted by their phone while driving
- European cell phone users in selected countriesEuropean cell phone users in selected countries
- U.S. cell phone owners who used their phone to access the internet 2009-2013U.S. cell phone owners who used their phone to access the internet 2009-2013
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