Weblog Ethics Survey Results

"A study conducted in June 2002 found 2% of Internet users in the United States had created a weblog (Pew, 2005). Since then, the percentage soared to 7% in late 2004, corresponding to approximately 8 million weblogs. In the same year, the number of weblog readers rocketed by 58% to 32 million Americans or 27% of Internet users in the country. And all these had not taken into account weblogs from other parts of the world." Source: Weblog Ethics.

I participated in a blog survey conducted by students at the School of Communication and Information, Nanyang Technological University (SCI/NTU). Singapore. They have just published their results. Check them out at Weblog Ethics. It sports some interesting conclusions.