The number of people in each country that are connected to the internet is an important indicator of how people are engaged in their everyday lives.
The more people have access to the Internet, the more they will be able to influence their lives and influence their governments.
The number that are online is known as the social influence index.
It measures the degree of social influence that is generated in the country.
The UK is ranked as the highest, followed by Sweden, Denmark and Norway.
The United States came in last place, with a score of -3.
Sweden and Denmark also made it into the top 10.
The countries with the most online influence are the United States, Germany, Japan, Australia, Canada and Israel.
It’s important to note that countries that are relatively more connected to people on the Internet are also more likely to have strong political influence, as the influence of the media is much higher than that of the government.
The infographic below shows the most influential countries in the world.
The data source: The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) and the United Nations.
Source: The Guardian