The social network Twitter is the top choice for adblocking users, according to research by the research firm StatCounter, which analyzed more than 30 million tweets.
StatCounter also found that Google and Facebook are tied for second.
The findings were made in partnership with the analytics company Chartbeat.
Statcounter’s analysis uses a wide variety of metrics, including ad blocking metrics such as number of ads and page views, to calculate average impressions and impressions per day.
Twitter’s ad blocking rate, however, was lower than Google and others in this comparison, because it is not considered a direct measure of its adblock users.
StatSec said it is more likely that the two are measuring different things.
For example, StatCounter said Twitter’s average number of impressions per page view was 3.1 and its average number per day was 1.9, which makes the two sites far more similar than they might appear to be.
StatTrends said that Google’s average page views and average impressions per month are more similar to Twitter’s, as well.
StatCounter analyzed the following tweets: “Google is in a fight against the ad industry,” said StatCounter’s founder and CEO, Mark Hetfield.
“They are in a war against the AdWords advertising industry.”
The data shows that Google is also in a battle against its own users.
For example, Google has a whopping 75% of its users on its adblocking services.
StatCounts says that this number has remained relatively constant for the last five years, while Facebook has seen a dramatic rise in the number of its ads.
StatCounters data also shows that Twitter’s AdBlocker feature is only a fraction of what the adblock software is actually doing.
StatFact, another data firm, says that only around 6% of the ads on Twitter are blocked by default, while 90% of those ads are blocked manually.
When it comes to AdBlockers on the desktop, StatTrend is the clear winner.
It shows that more than 99% of all of its AdBlock apps are blocked on Chrome, Firefox and Opera.
StatStatCounter also reported that Google has the second most active AdBlockors in terms of impressions, with 7,500,000 impressions per user, while Chrome, the only browser to show the second highest average impressions, has 7,200,000.
StatCat has the third highest average number, with 8,300,000 and Firefox has the fourth, with 6,200 to the third place.
StatScore is the fifth most active, with 3,600,000, while StatTrend and StatCounter both show a drop off in activity for the remaining AdBlock browsers.
Google is the biggest Adblocker on Android, with a whopping 30 million apps blocked.
Statcounters research shows that Chrome, with an average of 11,000 apps per user on Android is third on this chart.
Firefox is second at 9,600 apps per device, with Chrome third with 850,000 devices.
Statcat says that Chrome has an average number blocked per day of 3.8, and Firefox is third with 3.5.
Statscore shows that Firefox has an 8% lower average number than Chrome, but it has a 4% higher average number when it comes time to blocking the ads.
The adblocking trend in mobile devices has slowed down over the last few years.
Statcan found that Chrome is the most popular mobile browser in the US, with more than 1 billion active users.
Firefox was last in the rankings at the time of this report, and it is currently not listed on StatCounter.
StatCounters research also found a decline in Chrome users on Android over the past five years.
This trend is still there, but StatCounter is more convinced that it is due to the fact that the browser is not as powerful as it once was.
StatCan says that Google only has 7% of Android users, but a whopping 96% of Chrome users are using Chrome.
StatTech has a similar analysis, which shows that mobile users are also not using Chrome, and only around 1% of mobile users use Chrome.
StatTrends, StatCents and StatCaps data are available in StatCounter Analytics and StatTrend data is available in Google Analytics.