World Economic Forum (WEF) surveyThey found that the enthusiasm for Metaverse and virtual reality (VR / AR) was much greater in developing countries than in high-income countries.
Ipsos, which conducted a survey for the WEF, shows that the Metaverse is widely recognized on May 25.Announced the survey results.. Of the more than 21,000 adults surveyed in 29 countries, 52% are aware of the metaverse and 50% have a positive feeling about being involved in the metaverse in their daily lives.
China, India, Peru, Saudi Arabia and Colombia are the top five countries, with more than two-thirds of respondents saying they “like it.”
China has the highest positive feelings about using “extended reality” including VR and AR in daily life at 78%, followed by India at 75%.
On the other hand, countries with low scores, with less than one-third of the respondents positive about extended reality, were high-income countries. Japan was the lowest, with 22% giving a positive answer. This is followed by the United Kingdom (26%), Belgium (30%), Canada (30%), France (31%) and Germany (31%).
Turkey is the most familiar with the Metaverse at 86%, followed by India (80%), China (73%) and the high-income country South Korea (71%). Poland had the lowest score at 27%.
Respondents also answered about the areas of life in which the Metaverse would be most influential. In developing countries such as South Africa, China and India, it was agreed that applications such as virtual learning, entertainment, socializing and even remote surgery could impact people’s lives.
High-income Japan, Belgium, and France had the lowest percentage of respondents who said that “Metaverse applications would make a big difference in people’s lives.”
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