Who are the internet users in selected European countries?
In the Czech Republic, Poland and Slovakia there's a gender balance, but in Croatia and Slovenia men use the internet more than women. Check out the latest Gemius infographic to see the age of internet users in selected countries.
Gemius checked to find out who uses the internet in five countries: Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Croatia and Slovenia. Data from August 2015 was analysed for internet users aged 12–75, who use personal computers.
Slightly more men
It turned out that, among internet users in the Czech Republic, Poland and Slovakia, there are just as many women as men. Meanwhile, in Croatia and Slovenia, the percentage of men is slightly higher than women, at 57 per cent to 52 per cent.
Young people online
The data also shows that, in Croatia, Poland and Slovakia, over half of internet users are aged below 35. Meanwhile, those aged 66–75 make up barely two per cent (Poland) or five per cent (Czech Republic and Slovenia) of all internet users in a given country.
About the research
The data comes from gemiusAudience, an international research project conducted by Gemius in around 30 countries in Europe, the Middle East and North Africa. It aims to determine the number and demographic profile of internet users and to learn about the ways in which they use the internet: websites, audio and video material, or applications. The research is carried out in compliance with the international code of conduct ICC/ESOMAR.