countries using BM

December 8, 2006

I ran excel on the countries page and came up with the stats printed
below:

http://bookmooch.com/country
http://bookmooch.com/country_people

-john

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Country – Books – Percent of total – Percent on non-USA

United States – 65412 – 68.56% – n/a
United Kingdom – 7692 – 8.06% – 25.65%
Canada – 4877 – 5.11% – 16.26%
Singapore – 4024 – 4.22% – 13.42%
Australia – 2060 – 2.16% – 6.87%
Germany – 1475 – 1.55% – 4.92%
France – 1030 – 1.08% – 3.43%
Belgium – 770 – 0.81% – 2.57%
Italy – 595 – 0.62% – 1.98%
Switzerland – 578 – 0.61% – 1.93%
Finland – 568 – 0.60% – 1.89%
Portugal – 495 – 0.52% – 1.65%
Yugoslavia – 450 – 0.47% – 1.50%
New Zealand – 420 – 0.44% – 1.40%
Ireland – 417 – 0.44% – 1.39%
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You can see that the USA represents a bit more then 2/3rd of
BookMooch books (68.56%).

Taking the USA out, the UK represents 25% of non-USA members, then
Canada (16%), Singapore (13%), Australia (13%), Germany (5%) and
France (3%)

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The stats for people using BM by country are similar.

Country – People – Percent of total – Percent on non-USA

United States – 3686 – 66.13% –
United Kingdom – 566 – 10.15% – 29.98%
Canada – 263 – 4.72% – 13.93%
Singapore – 255 – 4.57% – 13.51%
Australia – 120 – 2.15% – 6.36%
Germany – 63 – 1.13% – 3.34%
Finland – 48 – 0.86% – 2.54%
India – 41 – 0.74% – 2.17%
Belgium – 34 – 0.61% – 1.80%
Italy – 31 – 0.56% – 1.64%
France – 30 – 0.54% – 1.59%
Portugal – 30 – 0.54% – 1.59%
Switzerland – 27 – 0.48% – 1.43%
New Zealand – 26 – 0.47% – 1.38%
Ireland – 23 – 0.41% – 1.22%
Spain – 23 – 0.41% – 1.22%

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