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Wednesday, 19.06.2013, 22:12
70% Lithuanians use computers
In a year, compared to the second quarter of 2011, the share of computer users grew by 2% from 68%, while the numbers of the Internet users increased by 3.5% from 64.5%, writes LETA/ELTA.
According to the poll ordered by the Information Society Development Committee at the Ministry of Transport and Communications, in the Q2 96% of Lithuanians aged 15-29 used the Internet. The poll revealed that the higher the age the lower the numbers of the Internet users: 84% in the group of 30-39 years, 72% in the group of 40-49 years, 51% in the group of 50-59 years and 24% in the group of residents aged from 60 to 74.
As in the Q1, the most visited websites remained the following: www.google.lt (www.google.com), www.gmail.com, www.delfi.lt, www.facebook.com, www.youtube.com, www.lrytas.lt and www.15 min.lt.
The poll was carried out by the market research company TNS from February 27 to May 20. A total of 1,730 Lithuania's residents aged from 15 to 74 were polled.