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Top Sites June 2007 - Men Aged 25-34

Nielsen//NetRatings - Top Sites June 2007 - Men Aged 25-34

Please find attached a website ranking of the top ten channels in Nielsen//NetRatings' Market Intelligence showing the sites that attract the highest percentage of men, aged 25-34, for the month of June 2007. This follows from our rankings last week showing the same metrics for women of the same age group.

The results show the websites which have the greatest affinity for men in their late twenties and early thirties in New Zealand. Like our rankings last week, social gender clichés again appear to be at the forefront with sports, technology, gaming and car sites dominating.

ENDS

NZ website by
proportion of male users age 25-34
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