Friday, May 19, 2017

ONS releases - Overseas travel and tourism, monthly provisional results: Mar 2017, Internet users in the UK: 2017

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19 May 2017


Business, industry and trade

Internet users in the UK: 2017

In Quarter 1 (Jan to Mar) 2017, 89% of adults in the UK had recently used the internet (in the last 3 months), up from 88% in 2016; while 9% had never used the internet, down from 10% in 2016.

Virtually all adults aged 16 to 34 years were recent internet users (99%), in contrast with 41% of adults aged 75 years and over.

90% of men and 88% of women were recent internet users, up from 89% and 86% in 2016.


People, population and community

Overseas travel and tourism, monthly provisional results: Mar 2017

Overseas residents made 2.9 million visits to the UK in March 2017; this has increased by 11% when compared with March 2016.

UK residents made 4.6 million visits abroad in March 2017; this has increased by 5% when compared with March 2016.

Overseas residents spent £1.5 billion on their visits to the UK in March 2017; this is an increase of 14% when compared with March 2016.


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