- While the US users are more likely to have a college degree (36.0% vs
25.4%), European users are more likely to have Master's (27.7% vs 18.8%) and
Doctoral degrees (13.7% vs 4.06%). While the percentages may differ, there
are no significant differences between European and US response profiles.
- Both the US and Europe have the nearly same percent (1.8%) of users who
have completed Grammar School. This population of younger users has increased
from the last survey.
- Compared to the Second Survey (See:
these users have fewer advanced degrees, but the same number of
college graduates (34%).
- Prodigy users tend to have more representation of users who have completed
Grammar School (3.2% vs 1.7%), High School (8.6% vs 6.3%), and some college
(33.1% vs 34.8%), with less users with Master's
(14.7% vs 19.5%) and Doctoral degrees (2.9% vs 7.4%) than the overall
- More women have college (37.4%) and Master's (24.0%) degrees verses
the men users (34.3% college and 18.7% master's). Though more men have Doctoral
degrees (7.84% men vs 4.4% women), there are no significant differences
between response distributions across gender.
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