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Which Websites Attract NZ Maori?

Which Websites Attract NZ Maori?

Which Websites Attract NZ Maori?

Just over 72% of all Maori have access to the internet (as of Q4, 2004). The number of Maori with access has increased by 11% from the previous year, and lags only slightly behind the national average (Nielsen//NetRatings Netwatch).

Sites which attract a larger proportion of Maori browsers include (15%), (12%) and (12%). Activities for Maori online differ from the national average: they are more likely to be listening and downloading music, playing individual and multi-player games, watching television and movies and researching education.

Below is a ranking of the top sites in New Zealand visited last week by browsers identified as NZ Maori. Ethnicity is just one of the many demographic factors included within Nielsen//NetRatings Market Intelligence.

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