Ljubljana, 12 June (STA) - Almost half of Slovenian internet users (46%) shop abroad online at least once a year, results of the latest MOSS internet use survey show. Some 4% of users shop abroad on a weekly basis and 8% on a monthly basis.
About 18% of respondents said they rarely shop abroad via internet, while 15% said they do it a few times a year.
Among the frequent users of on-line shopping services are mostly men (67%), while the share of women is 33%.
Internet shoppers are mostly aged between 25 and 34, followed by those aged 35-44 and those between 15 and 24 years old.
More than a half of Slovenian internet users (54%) said they do not shop abroad via internet.
The MOSS surveys are carried out by the Ljubljana-based pollster Gemius Adria for the Advertising Chamber of Slovenia in the 2013-2015 period.