Americans may not be as keen to share personal and other content online as citizens in other countries, suggests a survey from Ipsos OTX. The study asked respondents to identify how much they share online – including status updates, feelings, photos, videos, and links. Across the 24 countries tracked, an average of 24% said they’d best describe their amount of sharing as either “most things” or “everything.” But that figure dropped to just 15% among American respondents.
By comparison, Saudi Arabians appear to not have much of a filter at all: 28% say they share everything and 33% most things. Half or more respondents in Indonesia and India also reported sharing at least most things online. Read the rest at MarketingCharts.