Internet usage in Denmark in 2017, by activity

Internet usage in Denmark 2017, by activity This survey shows the internet usage in Denmark in 2017, by activity. That year, 96 percent of respondents used the internet for sending and receiving e-mails, and 92 percent for online banking. 75 percent of respondents were using social media.
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Share of respondents
Sending and receiving e-mail96%
Online banking92%
Reading online news/articles85%
Searching for information on products or services79%
Social media75%
Searching for health-related information, e.g. nutrition64%
Audio or video calling, e.g. Skype, Facetime etc.60%
Searching or ordering travels, etc.58%
Cloud computing55%
Uploading own images, text, etc. for sharing on e.g. Facebook50%
Career-oriented networking services, e.g. LinkedIn29%
Selling goods or services28%
Job search23%
Expressing own opinions on social or political issues23%
Participating in online discussions or polls on social affairs14%
Taking online courses8%
Online dating7%
Share of respondents
Sending and receiving e-mail96%
Online banking92%
Reading online news/articles85%
Searching for information on products or services79%
Social media75%
Searching for health-related information, e.g. nutrition64%
Audio or video calling, e.g. Skype, Facetime etc.60%
Searching or ordering travels, etc.58%
Cloud computing55%
Uploading own images, text, etc. for sharing on e.g. Facebook50%
Career-oriented networking services, e.g. LinkedIn29%
Selling goods or services28%
Job search23%
Expressing own opinions on social or political issues23%
Participating in online discussions or polls on social affairs14%
Taking online courses8%
Online dating7%
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This survey shows the internet usage in Denmark in 2017, by activity. That year, 96 percent of respondents used the internet for sending and receiving e-mails, and 92 percent for online banking. 75 percent of respondents were using social media.
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Release date
April 2018
Region
Denmark
Survey time period
2017
Number of respondents
ca. 6,200
Age group
15-89 years old
Special properties
internet users
Method of interview
Telephone interviews and online survey
Supplementary notes
This question was phrased by the source as follows: "Har du brugt internettet privat til nogle af de følgende formål i de seneste tre måneder?"

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