Source: Digital 2023

Hong Kong ranks as the third market with most social media users

There are 6.73 million users in the city. 

Hong Kong emerged as the third market with the most social media users as of the beginning of 2023, a report found. 

In its Digital 2023 report, We Are Social and Meltwater found that of its 7.49 million population, nearly 90%, or 6.73 million are active social media users. 

This went up from 6.68 million users in 2022, which made up 88.1% of the city’s total population.

Read more: Here’s how many Singaporeans use social media

Hong Kong followed UAE (105.5%), and South Korea (92%). The report noted that in the case of UAE, the number exceeded due to issues such as duplicate and “fake accounts.”

Also amongst the markets with a high number of social media users are the Netherlands (88.1%), Canada (85.7%), Germany (85.1%), Singapore (84.7%) Norway (84.5), and Taiwan and the UK (84.4%). 


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