Internet use by individuals, by government on-line activity (Internet users at home)
Related tables: Individual and household Internet use.
|Internet users at home1|
|Government on-line activity|
|Searching for government related information||39.2||52.5||57.6|
|Filing personal income tax||14.8||17.0||17.9|
|Downloading a government form2||28.5||32.7||35.2|
|Submitting a completed form||15.0||18.5||21.5|
|Accessing information on a government program or service||32.7||37.4||42.8|
|Communicate with government department or with an elected official||..||10.6||12.4|
|Voting in a municipal, provincial or federal election||0.7||1.2||1.1|
|Providing opinion during an on-line government consultation||2.2||1.6||2.5|
|Other government on-line activity||F||4.2||4.0|
| F : too unreliable to be published. |
.. : not available for a specific reference period.
1. Internet users at home are individuals who answered they used the Internet from home in the past twelve months. The target population for the Canadian Internet Use Survey has changed from individuals 18 years of age and older in 2005 to individuals 16 years of age and older in 2007.
2. Downloading a government form, such as a passport or Social Insurance Number application form.
Source: Statistics Canada, CANSIM, table 358-0132.
Last modified: 2010-05-10.
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