World Internet Project
The World Internet Project is an international research project that tracks the global trends of the Internet over a number of years by surveying both users and non-users. The New Zealand research is part-funded by InternetNZ and conducted by the Institute of Culture, Discourse & Communication at Auckland University of Technology.
Summary of latest findings
The third World Internet Project New Zealand survey was conducted in July–August 2011. The sample of 1255 New Zealanders were asked about their usage of and attitudes to the Internet.
Read the full report at the following link: