In October-November 2011 the number of Internet users (users in the last month) who had accessed the Internet the previous day (yesterday) decreased by 1.2 percentage points up to 73.7%.
The number of Internet users who had accessed the Internet in the last month with a frequency of 2 to 7 days increased by 1.2 percentage points, up to 21.5%, and the percentage of those who had accessed the Internet with a frequency of 8 to 30 days, down to 4.8%. The trend shown by these data suggests that users are using the Internet more frequently.
Last Internet access (percentage distribution of individuals who used the Internet in the last month, divided into periods) by means of any equipment or access technology and from anywhere (both at home and outside).
Study based on personal interviews, with a global sample of 30,503 interviews in the last three waves and 10,156 in the last wave. It refers to Spanish population aged 14 or over (39,485,000 individuals). It relates to the eEurope 2005 Action Plan policy indicator A.2: “Percentage of individuals regularly using the Internet", taking users in the last month as unit of measurement.