Greek stats show that computer use in Greece is on the rise
The Hellenic Statistical Authority announces data on the use of new technologies by households and their members, for the year 2015.The data derive form the sample Survey on the Use of Ιnformation and Communication Technologies by households, conducted for 2015.
The survey was conducted on a final sample of 4,667 private households and equal number of individuals, throughout Greece, with the only prerequisite the existence in the household of at least one member aged 16 – 74 years old.
BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE OF THE SURVEY
The survey collected data on the access of households to selected information and communication technologies and more specifically data on computer use, internet access and ubiquitous internet access, transactions with public authorities via the internet (e government), e-commerce, etc.
The survey was first conducted in Greece in 2002, and is fully harmonized with the corresponding surveys conducted by the other EU Member States.
The survey data are collected via telephone questionnaires answered by one person per household, provided that person is aged from 16-74 years.