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There are about 17.6 million of Internet users in Russia
There are about 17.6 million of Internet users (those who have used the Internet at least once in the recent six months), as compared to 23 million Internet users in France and 16 million in Spain. These are the results of nationwide weekly polls conducted by the Public Opinion fund in 63 Russian regions, territories and republics. About 3,000 people over 18 were polled every two weeks by means of a personal interview. All in all, 21,000 Russians were polled. The information about France and Spain was provided by Nielsen//NetRating. However, percentage-wise Russia falls behind these countries - 16% of the population use the Internet, as compared to 48% in France and 47% in Spain. The number of Internet users in Russia grew from 14.6 million people (13% of the population) to 17.6 million (16%) over the last year. According to the poll, 5.2 million Russians (5%) use the Internet daily as against 3.8 million (3%) in 2004. Most Internet users live in Moscow (20% of Muscovites) and in the Central Federal District (16% without regard to Moscow). The Far-eastern Federal District has the smallest number of Internet users (4% of the district's population).
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