Reader Survey Results Are In

Comodo’s public relations department thanks the 684 Comodo Monthly Insider readers who kindly completed an online survey about the most influential computer publications in their countries.

In case you’re wondering, 91% of the people who answered were men. People answered the survey from 74 different countries.

One person each answered from these countries: Bangladesh, Barbados, Belarus, Budapest, Costa Rica, Curaçao, Netherlands Antilles, Egypt, Estonia, Fiji, Indonesia, Iran, Japan, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Mexico, Montenegro, Europe, Namibia, Nigeria, Northern Ireland, Paraguay, Peru, Saudi Arabia, Serbia, Slovakia (Slovak Republic), Suriname, and Turkey.

These countries had two respondents: Bulgaria, Chile, Colombia, Czech Republic, Hong Kong, Macedonia, Taiwan, Venezuela, and Vietnam.

Three people responded from each of these countries: Austria, France, Greece, Israel, Pakistan, Singapore, Slovenia, and Thailand.

28% of survey respondents hailed from the United States, but most of the people responding to the survey (38%) were from Europe.

European countries from which four or more people responded were Belgium, Croatia, Denmark, Finland, Germany, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Scotland, Spain, Sweden, Ukraine, and the United Kingdom.

Outside Europe, countries with 4 or more responders were

  South Africa


  New Zealand

North America
  United States

South America

The public relations department is still reviewing all your information, which will help spread the word about Comodo products. Thanks for showing us once again how diverse and far-flung Comodo Security Solutions products users are, and we hope you enjoy this month’s survey!

Does anyone have a hanky? Four very kind readers said that the Comodo Monthly Insider was their favorite publication for information about their PCs. You have no idea how much your editor appreciated your gallantry.

*They always called this continent Oceania or Australasia when we were learning geography, but someone changed the name when we weren’t looking.