Elderly internet users most active in social networks in Hungary, least in Germany

Tuesday, September 29, 2015

In 2014 in the EU, around a quarter (23%) of internet users aged between 65 and 74 participated in social networks. The differences between the Member States are also here significant.

The highest share was recorded in Hungary, where more than half of elderly internet users participated in social networks (51%), followed by Portugal (44%), Malta and Sweden (both 43%) and Latvia (41%).

At the opposite end of the scale, fewer than one out of five internet users aged 65 to 74 participated in social networks in Germany (11%), the Czech Republic (15%), France (17%) and Lithuania (18%).



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