Over half of Croatians above 15 years use Internet.

By bne IntelliNews August 19, 2010
A survey conducted of Gfk Croatia in July showed that 53% of the population, aged above 15 years, is using the Internet. There was an increase of the share of the population, which used the Internet by 4pps y/y. The survey showed that the percentage was the same in Poland and Italy, while in Hungary and the Czech Republic the share was 59% of total population. In addition, most of the Internet users had university education - over 80%. The Internet is also most popular among people aged between 15 and 24 years - about 90%.

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