Email and Social Networks, “Uric Nadi” World Communication
Email, Twitter and Facebook have become “the lifeblood” that connects most of the citizens of the world. Conventional media are ready to be abandoned.
Interestingly, Indonesia is one country that most people like to communicate via social networks.
This is the conclusion of a survey of Ipsos Global Public Affairs for 19 216 adults in 24 countries, including Argentina, Australia, Belgium, Brazil, China, Britain, India, Indonesia, Japan, Russia, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, South Korea, Spain , and the United States.
From the survey, 85% of respondents said there had been connected online via email. They each send and receive messages by email.
Then, there are 62% of respondents who communicate through social networking sites, especially Facebook and Twitter.
Particularly in Indonesia, Argentina, and Russia, people most often communicate through social networks.
According to the study, 8 out of 10 citizens of Indonesia continued to visit social networking sites.
Although Facebook and other popular social networking site created by the United States (U.S.), but the percentage of U.S. users do not always get the big five. As for Japan, to the lowest state (position 24) that uses social networking to communicate.
Fact number of people who use email and social networking sites to communicate, show that the way people communicate has been transformed.
“The interconnected with each other and engage each other,” said Keren Gottfried, Research Manager Ipsos Global Public Affairs. He added that the majority of people around the world have been communicating with email and social networking.
For countries with the highest use of email, was occupied by Hungary of 94% of respondents. The next position is occupied by the countries Sweden, Belgium, Indonesia, Argentina and Poland.
If the people of Japan somewhat reluctant to communicate with social networking sites, it is another case with email. 75% of respondents from Japan likes to communicate by email, and India 68%, and Saudi Arabia 46%.