GPlusData, the resource for Google+ trends and statistics, recently released an interesting map showing the distribution of Google+ users around the world. The data is based on 145 million public profiles.
Countries with the most users include:
- The United States – 5.6 million
- India – 2.2 million
- Brazil – 1.6 million
- The United Kingdom – 613,000+
- Indonesia – 581,000+
- Italy – 426,000+
- Germany – 386,000+
- Spain – 385,000+
- France – 341,000+
- Turkey – 337,000+
- Canada – 266,000+
You can see everything here.
The team has also published another map focusing on the number of users by online population. Apparently, Iceland, Brazil, India, Tanzania, Namibia, Papua New Guinea, Norway, Sweden, Finland, Estonia, Hungary, and Canada are going strong.
For a specific look at the United States, check out these maps.
Note that GPlusData adds 100,000 new public Google+ profiles to its database every day. So, we could see changes in the G+ population distribution pretty soon!
Thank you to GPlusData for allowing me to use their data!