Welcome back to part five of our Facebook English Speaking Demographics Series. After observing international Facebook users at a glance in Population Graph: Where Are Facebook English Speaking Users?, we took a closer look at UK Facebookers as well as Facebook users in Ireland. Today, we head back to the western hemisphere to check in on our neighbors to the north.
As of May 20th, 2010, Canada boasted a Facebook English speaking population of 12,835,400. How’s about we take a look under the hood, eh?
Languages Spoken: French, Spanish, Italian, Chinese, German, Arabic, Japanese
It’s no surprise that nearly two million Canadian Facebookers identify as French speakers, but how many speak Arabic? Or Japanese? Or Italian? Let’s find out…
Demographic Segment Samples
Chocolate cake, coffee brands, college majors and all in between– this next section looks at what Canadians do and what they dig. As with our UK & Ireland demographic research, these segments are just a small snapshot of the social landscape.
Starbucks is working hard to beef up its social presence, but numbers don’t lie: more than two times English speaking Canadian Facebookers dig homegrown java over the renowned Seattle brew.
Well there you have it! A digestible bite out of Canadian Facebook English speaking demographics. Check back for the next installment when we fly to the other side of the world and examine the dynamics of English Speaking Facebookers over in India.