52% of e-mail users agreee that spam is a big problem

A survey by the Pew Internet & American Life Project says 28% of users with a personal email account say they are getting more spam than a year ago, while 22% say they are getting less. 21% of users with a work email account say they are getting more spam than a year ago, while 16% say they are getting less.

A survey by the Pew Internet & American Life Project says 28% of users with a personal email account say they are getting more spam than a year ago, while 22% say they are getting less. 21% of users with a work email account say they are getting more spam than a year ago, while 16% say they are getting less. 53% of email users say spam has made them less trusting of email, compared to 62% a year ago. 22% of email users say that spam has reduced their overall use of email, compared to 29% a year ago. 67% of email users say spam has made being online unpleasant or annoying, compared to 77% a year ago. Overall, more than half of all internet users (52%) complain that spam is a big problem.