Three years after its launch, Twitter has seen its number of users increase to nearly 40 million.
The company says it now accounts for more than 40 percent of global traffic.
The most popular tweets, however, continue to be from the United States, Canada, Germany, the United Kingdom and Australia.
The top three countries for Twitter traffic are China, Brazil and India.
The chart below illustrates the proportion of tweets sent from each country.
It’s important to note that this graph is based on a single month, so it’s not representative of the year to date.
While it’s true that the United Arab Emirates has the highest number of tweets from Twitter, it’s also true that tweets sent to the UAE account for more people than tweets sent by all other countries combined.
The United States and Canada account for around 40 percent and 21 percent of tweets, respectively.
This trend continues for all the countries listed above.
In the chart below, the top five countries for tweets from the U.S. account are the United states, Canada and Germany.
The largest share of tweets is sent from the Germans, who account for 55 percent of all tweets.
The Netherlands has the second largest share at just under 23 percent.
The next biggest share of Twitter traffic is from the British Isles, with 15 percent.
Canada and France account for less than 9 percent of the world’s traffic, while the Netherlands accounts for 5 percent.