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- 2010: 0.25–2% (country-specific)
- (2012: 1.4% of screenreader users)
- 2013: 0.2%
- 2016: 0.2% in the United Kingdom
Note that data are sparse, with MediaWiki and others also sporting the same stats, essentially.
Are major search engines requiring no-script sites or apps?
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