Services that US Online Households Use to Download Music from the Internet, (% of respondents*)



Stat: 70% Use Illegal P2P Site, 37% Use Online Legal Service, 11% Use Email, 10% Use Instant Messaging (2003), 58% Use Illegal P2P Site, 32% Use Online Legal Service, 6% Use Email, 9% Use Instant Messaging (2004), 38.3% Use Illegal P2P Site, 57.4% Use Online Legal Service, 6.2% Use Email, 6% Use Instant Messaging (2005)

Stat Categories: Music Industry Stats

Tags: download download,illegal P2P site download,illegal P2P site,online legal service download,illegal P2P site,online legal service,email download,illegal P2P site,online legal service,email,instant messaging

Years: 2006

Stat Source: Yankee Group, January 2006

Publisher (site that mentioned this stat): eMarketer: Global Music - Tuning Into New Opportunities

Submitted By: Michael Raeford

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