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Blogosphere Dominated by Younger Americans

June 7, 2010

The blogosphere is now dominated by younger adults age 21-35—those who have grown up during the blogging revolution—and bloggers in the US account for the plurality (29.22%) of blog posts worldwide, according to a study by Sysomos.

Bloggers age 21-35 accounted for 53.3% of over one million blog posts analyzed, followed by bloggers under age 20 (20.2%), those age 36-50 (19.4%), and those age 51+ (7.1%).

The gender composition of the blogosphere is nearly evenly split between women (50.9%) and men (49.1%).

Below, other findings from the Sysomos study, which examined the demographic composition of the blogosphere.

Bloggers in the US account for nearly four times as many as in the UK (6.75%), the second-most active country in the blogosphere.

Japan accounts for 4.88%, followed by Brazil (4.19%), Canada (3.93%), and Germany (3.34%).

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