Number of Romanians with Facebook account reaches 8.4 mln

Newsroom 01/03/2016 | 08:30

The number of Facebook accounts in Romania has reached 8.4 million, with 1.9 million of users living in Bucharest, according to data from the Facebrands.ro portal. 

Of the total number , 90.61 percent corresponding to 7.61 million people have declared their city of residence. Bucharest tops the list, with 1.9 million people having Facebook accounts (24.97 percent of the total), followed by Timisoara, with 300,000 Facebook users (3.94 percent), Cluj-Napoca with 240,040 people (3.15 percent), and Iași, with 220,000 Facebook users (2.89 percent).

At the opposite pole, Gherla and Husi have 11,000 Facebook users (0.14 percent of the total) and Tg. Secuiesc has 10,500 Facebook users (representing 0.14 percent)

Young people aged 25 to 34, represent 28.5 percent of Facebook users. They are followed by the 18-24 years old category, representing 22.6 percent, the 35-44 age category representing 20.5 percent and the 45-54 years old category, representing 10.8 percent of the total number of users.

In Romania, male Facebook users have 58,82 percent of the accounts, while female users have 41,18 percent of the accounts. More married people use Facebook (63.12 percent), followed by single people (25.25 percent of the total) and people who are in a relationship (10.22 percent).

Otilia Haraga

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