How Long Do You Spend Online Each Day? Filipinos Spend The Most Time
According to the new Digital 2022 April Global Statshot study, which was created in collaboration with We Are Social and Hootsuite, more than 5 billion people utilize the internet globally today.
63 percent of the world's population is now online, which is an astounding figure and another significant step in the direction of universal internet accessible.
There are currently more than 5 billion internet users worldwide, according to ongoing research by the Kepios team, marking a significant turning point in the global effort to achieve universal access.
According to their partner GWI's most recent data, internet users worldwide now log on for an average of 6 hours and 53 minutes daily.
This is a tiny decrease from the beginning of the year, when survey participants said they were engaging in linked activities for an average of 6 hours and 57 minutes daily.
However, according to the most recent statistics, the 5 billion people who use the internet worldwide still log in for a total of more than 2 trillion minutes each day. To put things in perspective, the average internet user today spends more than 40% of their waking hours online.
The Philippines is one of the "contributing" nations. The majority of daily online and social media time is spent by Filipinos. That applies to the entire world, not just Southeast Asia! According to research from Digital 2022, they spend 10.23 hours each day online, or roughly 43% of their waking hours. That is 1.5 times as long as the 6.53 hour daily average for the entire world.
In January 2022, there were 76.01 million internet users in the Philippines. At the beginning of 2022, 68.0 percent of the country's population was using the internet. Internet users in the Philippines increased by 2.1 million (+2.8%) between 2021 and 2022, according to a Kepios research.
In January 2022, there were 92.05 million social media users in the Philippines. Social media users made up 82.4% of the population in the Philippines at the beginning of 2022, but it's vital to keep in mind that they could not all be distinct people (see our detailed notes on data to learn why).
According to a Kepios investigation, there were 3.1 million more social media users in the Philippines in 2022 than there were in 2021 (+3.4%).
Filipinos spent 166 days a year, or 10 hours and 56 minutes, online, according to a different Sortlist research. Four hours and fifteen minutes of this time, or 65 days a year, are spent on social media per day.
With the exception of the Philippines, the top 10 economies are Brazil, Colombia, South Africa, Argentina, Malaysia, Mexico, Indonesia, Thailand, and Taiwan.
Source: datareportal.com, businessmirror.com.ph
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