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One third of Slovaks over 15 use the internet

MORE THAN A third of Slovak citizens older than 15 use the internet, according to a survey carried out by the marketing company TNS SK in October and November of last year on a sample of 1,081 respondents.

MORE THAN A third of Slovak citizens older than 15 use the internet, according to a survey carried out by the marketing company TNS SK in October and November of last year on a sample of 1,081 respondents.

Out of 37 percent of respondents who use the internet actively, as many as 58 percent use it at home. Less than half of internet users use the internet anywhere else, including the workplace. Most internet users can be found among people with university degrees, businessmen, knowledge workers, students, those between 15 and 29, and the inhabitants of Bratislava Region.

The results of the survey show that 92 percent of internet users use the internet at least once a week. "Most internet users are connected to the Internet on working days from six to nine (44.1 percent) and between nine to twelve in the morning (44.4 percent)," TNS SK reported in its survey.

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