Last week we told you almost 90% of Google+ users were male.Turns out those results, which came from Social Statistics, were a bit exaggerated.
All Things D points to a study by Paul Allen that pegs a more balanced ratio.
Allen used what he calls “surname-based random sampling” to determine 66% of Google+ users are male.
We’re inclined to believe him. After all, Allen was the one who correctly predicted Google+ had 10 million users before Google made the official announcement on its earnings call last week.
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