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Reasons for using an ad blocker in Sweden 2018

Reasons for using an ad blocker in Sweden in 2018

by H. Tankovska, last edited Jul 3, 2018
Reasons for using an ad blocker in Sweden 2018 This statistic shows the reasons for using an ad blocker among individuals in Sweden in 2018. According to the survey, the majority of respondents, or 58 percent, used an ad blocker because they found websites to be more manageable without banners. 43 percent of respodents used ad blockers to avoid offensive or irrelevant advertising images and messages.
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Reasons for using an ad blocker in Sweden in 2018

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