A comparison of the proportion of people in three countries who used the Internet between 1999 and 2009, a ten-year period. Overall it can be seen that the percentage of the population who used the Internet grew dramatically in each country over the remainder of the period. In any case, internet users in Canada revealed the highest percentage, while Mexico depicted reverse.
in 1999, the percentage of internet users in the USA stood at 20%, whereas the proportion in both Canada and Mexico were lower, at virtually 10% and 5% respectively. over the following ten years, Internet usage in the USA and Canada increased to approximately 70% of the population. However, this figure for Mexico experienced very low, at around 24%
A more detailed look at the line chart showed the percentage of Internet users was largest in Canada, representing virtually 100% of Canadians used the Internet. On the other hand, internet user's percentage for Americans solely four-fifths and only two-fifths of Mexicans of all population