Global Reach/Iraq survey 1
- 1 Do you use the internet
- 2 Top reasons for using the internet
- 3 Non-internet users: Why aren't you using it?
- 4 Impact of data costs
- 5 Availability of internet content in local language
- 6 Awareness of Wikipedia
- 7 Awareness of Major internet Brands
- 8 How they learned about Wikipedia
- 9 Reasons for using Wikipedia
- 10 Frequency of use
- 11 Smartphones vs Feature phones
- 12 Mobile phone Internet access method
- 13 Gender
- 14 Age
- 15 Location
- 16 Region of Iraq
Do you use the internetEdit
Our respondents who used the internet. The internet use in Iraq is quite low, even considering the number of people who do not know Facebook is on the internet.
Top reasons for using the internetEdit
Non-internet users: Why aren't you using it?Edit
Impact of data costsEdit
Availability of internet content in local languageEdit
Awareness of WikipediaEdit
Awareness of Major internet BrandsEdit
How they learned about WikipediaEdit
Of the respondents who had heard of Wikipedia, we asked how they had found out about it. The internet is the primary way people in Iraq learn about Wikipedia.
Reasons for using WikipediaEdit
Frequency of useEdit
The results of this question are used further in the survey to ask additional questions of the infrequent or non-users and learn more about their perspectives. This also provides more detail around the overall awareness issue - showing how many use it vs those who don't.
Smartphones vs Feature phonesEdit
To avoid differences of interpretation of what exactly a smartphone is, we instead focused on whether their mobile phone could possibly access the internet. This is the key differentiator between feature phones and smart phones, as well as identifying who might be able to access Wikipedia on the internet.