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January 30, 2008

Google leads in worldwide searches by over 60%, but loses to Baidu in China by 34 points

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This chart is provide by comScore.com.

MarketingCharts.com shows this breakdown of searches within China
with data from Analysys International:

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Of course, I would more interested in exactly the users they're excluding, namely those using smartphones and connected PDAs. I'm guess that in China this is a greater user base than in the US. I know the Google and Yahoo and in a fierce fight for the mobile market, so I also guess I'll have to do some digging to see if this data is available.

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