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Frequency of using social networks in Ireland in 2017

Share of individuals who used social networks in Ireland in 2017, by frequency

by Fernando Forte, last edited Oct 24, 2018
Frequency of using social networks in Ireland in 2017 This statistic shows the distribution of population who used social networks in Ireland in 2017, by frequency. According to the results of a survey conducted in November 20157 approximately 50 percent of Irish individuals used social networks everyday or almost everyday
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Share of individuals who used social networks in Ireland in 2017, by frequency

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