**G+ Poll Results Infographic - How Much Time Do Active Users Really Spend On Google+?**

I ran a poll on Google+ yesterday that asked the question:

*How much time on average do you spend on Google+ everyday?*There were a total of 3000 responses and here's a infographic showing how those break down.

Link to results: http://goo.gl/jJYdU

Original Poll: http://goo.gl/G6S8N

#infographic #poll #3min

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- Awesome! Thx for sharing!Mar 2, 2012
- AlotMar 2, 2012
- This would be nice to see depicted on a curve, +Thomas MorffewMar 2, 2012
- +Chad LaFarge I posted about this if you are interested: https://plus.google.com/u/0/104138664442723704607/posts/BoC1V1pqSGR

the graph has two curves, the first assumes a normal distribution around the mean and standard deviation of the number of minutes spent on G+, the other (blue one) uses a conditional estimate that assumes the underlying distribution is normal, but that values at and below 9.9 minutes are censored into the 9.9 minute category and those above 300 are censored to 300. So basically, it tries to estimate what the mean and standard deviation would be had we been able to observe all possible values. Essentially using a generalization of the Tobit model: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tobit_modelMar 3, 2012 - You know if you survey users about how active they are, the users that are more active are more likely to fill out the application. It's bad statistics. Also, the sample size is only 3,000 which is kind of tiny compared to the near hundred million Google+ users that exist. I'm a fairly active user and I'm on here probably over 5 hours a day, but this survey isn't really, like, statistically relevant.Mar 3, 2012
- Thanks, +Joshua WileyMar 3, 2012