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1 million visits to Erasing 76 Crimes blog in 2015

Blog-statistics-WP-5-11-2015How many people are concerned about the human rights of LGBTI people?  Here’s a hint: People have paid more than 1 million visits to the Erasing 76 Crimes blog so far this year — to be precise, 1,000,089 visits as of Nov. 5, 2015.

A total of 658,827 unique visitors have come to the blog in the first 10 months of 2015, reading an average of 1.5 articles per visitor.

Since the blog started in 2012, it has attracted a total of 1.34 million unique visitors, making a total of 2.19 million visits.

Map of countries with the most readers of the Erasing 76 Crimes blog.

Map of countries with the most readers of the Erasing 76 Crimes blog.

This year, visitors have come from almost every country in the world. The greatest numbers come from the United States (458,000 views so far this year); the United Kingdom (101,000 so far this year); Canada (60.000); and Australia (30,000).

Among the 76-plus countries with anti-gay laws that are the subject of this blog, the most visits so far this year came from:

  • India (12,000 views so far this year);
  • Malaysia (10,000 this year);
  • Trinidad & Tobago (8,600);
  • Jamaica (7,700);
  • Kenya (7,000);
  • Singapore (6,300);
  • Nigeria (4,800);
  • Uganda (4,700);
  • Indonesia (4,400);
  • Ghana (3,700);
  • United Arab Emirates (3,200);
  • Russia (2,500);
  • Pakistan (2,600); and
  • Saudi Arabia (2,500).

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