The term "Internet users" includes subscribers who pay for Internet access (dial-up, leased line and fixed broadband) and people who have access without paying directly, either as a member of a household or from work, school, a public library or Internet café. 

Author: Gilly Wright
Project Coordinator: S.J. Yun

Percentage of Users By Gender and Country

(latest year available, 2010-2013)

Country

Male

Female

Australia
84.1
82.8
Austria
84.3
77.0
Bahamas
62.3
67.0
Bahrain
82.2
104.6
Bangladesh
8.2
5.1
Belarus
57.9
51.5
Belgium
84.2
80.2
Bolivia
39.9
34.2
Brazil
49.1
52.8
Bulgaria
54.4
51.8
Canada
81.5
79.2
Chile
40.9
36.8
Colombia
52.3
51.1
Costa Rica
48.6
46.5
Croatia
74.2
59.9
Cuba
25.1
29.8
Cyprus
67.3
63.8
Czech Republic
75.3
73.0
Denmark
94.9
94.3
Egypt
23.7
19.4
El Salvador
25.1
21.4
Estonia
80.9
79.2
Finland
92.0
91.0
France
84.0
79.9
Georgia
44.7
42.0
Germany
86.9
81.5
Greece
63.5
56.3
Hong Kong, China
76.9
71.7
Hungary
73.9
71.5
Iceland
97.5
95.6
Indonesia
11.1
8.7
Iran (I.R.)
33.8
25.8
Ireland
78.0
78.5
Israel
73.4
68.4
Italy
63.0
54.0
Jamaica
31.0
36.5
Japan
84.5
78.0
Korea (Rep.)
88.5
81.0
Latvia
75.8
74.8
Lithuania
68.5
68.4
Luxembourg
95.7
91.8
Macao, China
66.2
65.4
Malta
70.9
66.9
Mauritius
37.3
33.5
Mexico
45.3
41.7
Montenegro
38.7
32.5
Morocco
58.3
45.4
Netherlands
95.1
92.8
New Zealand
79.8
79.6
Norway
95.8
94.3
Oman
71.2
59.8
Palestine
44.6
34.4
Panama
38.6
41.9
Paraguay
37.7
36.2
Peru
42.3
36.0
Poland
63.9
61.9
Portugal
66.3
58.2
Romania
51.5
48.1
Russian Federation
69.2
66.8
Senegal
10.7
6.0
Serbia
47.3
36.3
Singapore
72.6
64.5
Slovakia
77.6
78.2
Slovenia
74.0
71.4
Spain
73.7
69.5
Sweden
95.1
94.5
Switzerland
90.4
82.4
TFYR Macedonia
60.7
54.1
Thailand
28.8
29.1
Ukraine
43.5
38.7
United Arab Emirates
85.6
83.2
United Kingdom
90.5
89.2
United States
69.4
70.1
Uruguay
55.2
53.8
Venezuela
47.5
50.6