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Women spend more time on the internet than men

Women spent an average of 10 hours and 21 minutes on the internet in April, while men spent only 9 hours and 37 minutes, says a survey by Mediaresearch and Gemius, carried out for the Association of Internet Media and released on June 13.

From the total number of internet users, 47.57 percent were women and 52.46 percent were men. The average number of website visits has shown that women visited individual web pages 976.9 times while men averaged only 867.5.

In April, 38 monitored web servers recorded hits from 1.62 million different Slovak users. Each of the users spent an average of 9 hours and 58 minutes a month on these servers. The total number of Slovak users accessing Slovak servers was 1.76 million.

Compiled by Zuzana Vilikovská from press reports
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