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The top-ranked country for internet access in 2016 was the United States, followed by Russia and Turkey, according to a new report.
The report, by the Pew Research Center, said that while internet access is “the most common mode of travel” in the United Kingdom and the United State, there are “smaller gaps” between the two countries.
For instance, the UK’s average internet speed is 1.2 megabits per second, while the U.S. average is 1 gigabit per second.
That’s well below the U., and a huge gap compared to Europe, where the average speed is around 10 megabit per second and Europe is more than a third faster, the report found.
According to the Pew report, the United Arab Emirates is ranked second, ahead of Bahrain, Saudi Arabia and Jordan.
The United States has more than two-thirds of the global population, but it ranks fifth in terms of internet access.
The U.K., with 2.4 million people, has a smaller population than other countries.
It also has a population that is aging, with the number of people over the age of 55 projected to grow by 1.3 million between 2018 and 2027, according the report.
However, in terms and numbers, the U, U.N. and UNESCO countries have the highest internet access per capita, followed closely by China, the world’s most populous country.
The Pew report also found that the U and U.A.E. are among the top five countries with the most mobile phones, with an estimated 13 million people using the internet.
However the Pew researchers said that mobile phones are not the only way to get online.
They also found “the fastest speeds in the world, but also the smallest average number of connections per household.”