Search engine user actions in the United Kingdom (UK) 2012, by gender

What do you tend to do once the search engine has listed its results?*

by Statista Research Department, last edited Apr 16, 2013
Search engine user actions in the United Kingdom (UK) 2012, by gender This statistic shows search engine user behaviour in the United Kingdom in 2012, by gender. Of women, 39 percent reported only looking at the first results. Men were less likely to report similarly.
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What do you tend to do once the search engine has listed its results?*

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Don't knowI tend to look beyond the first page of resultsI tend to look at the first page of results and rarely look at the second page of resultsI tend to only look at the first few items listed by the search engine
Male1%33%35%30%
Female2%26%32%39%
Don't knowI tend to look beyond the first page of resultsI tend to look at the first page of results and rarely look at the second page of resultsI tend to only look at the first few items listed by the search engine
Male1%33%35%30%
Female2%26%32%39%
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by Statista Research Department, last edited Apr 16, 2013
This statistic shows search engine user behaviour in the United Kingdom in 2012, by gender. Of women, 39 percent reported only looking at the first results. Men were less likely to report similarly.
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