The chart below shows the internet users (in millions) in different countries in the Middle East as of June 2017. Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.
The chart demonstrates the June 2017 report of the number of people utilizing the internet in nine different countries in the Middle East. Overall, Iran is observed to have the highest number of users and Lebanon being the least.
It is noted that Iran revealed the most significant number of users topping the table at 56.7 million users and indicating that a substantial amount of the population is technologically inclined. This is followed distantly by Saudi Arabia, with 24.15 million users and half of what Iran reported. Also, Iraq and the United Arab Emirates followed Saudi Arabia at a closer range showing 14 million and 8.52 million users, respectively. Meanwhile, four countries, namely Yemen, Israel, Jordan, and Syria, revealed almost the same number of users, about 6 million. Lebanon has the least amount of people with 4.6 million users.
In conclusion, Iran illustrated the tremendous amount of people maximizing the internet, followed by Saudi Arabia why Lebanon has fewer people using the internet.
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