Not Everyone Googles

Not Everyone Googles
Dan Gould
  • 12 august 2008

A recent study of 2,251 American adults by the Pew Research Center revealed a surprising statistic. According to their findings, only 49 percent of people surveyed use a search engine every day. Email was the most popular use of the internet with checking news and weather coming in third and fourth.

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