Unlike Bono, 87 percent of Internet searchers find what they're looking for
Monday Mar 12, 2012
- When it comes to search, Google is preferred -- by 83 percent of users.
- And trusted -- Sixty-six percent of users believe search results are unbiased.
- Users are getting the knack of things -- Fifty-six percent of searchers are confident in their abilities.
- And, unlike Bono, usually find what they're looking for -- Ninety-one percent say they find what they're looking for at least "most of the time," up from 87 percent in 2004.
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