In the period from 22 December 2011 to 13 July 2012, the web pages of the Croatian Parliament were visited 527,778 times. 221,384 individual visitors viewed 2,487,903 pages, their web journey lasting 4.35 minutes on average.
The most popular areas of the site were overviews of current events in the Sabor, active mandates, agendas and video transmissions of plenary sessions, the structure and legislative competence of the Parliament, activities of the Parliament Speaker and the work of his Office, and new acts in the legislative procedure that at the time of the hit had not been part of the plenary agendas.
The most visited web page about Members of the Parliament was the one belonging to Ms Ingrid Antičević Marinović (5,789 visits), the most visited committee was the Legislation Committee (6,702) and the most visited MPs' Club was the one of the Social Democratic Party (5,886). The column Current Affairs in the English language recorded 9,868 visits.
The most active visitors were Croatian state bodies: Government of the Republic of Croatia, Ministry of the Interior and Ministry of Justice. Once again the most active media visiting the Sabor's website was the Croatian Radiotelevision. As for international political organizations, the Sabor's web pages were most visited by the European Parliament, the European Commission, Republic of Slovenia’s Ministry of Public Administration, the United States Department of State and the Government of the Republic of Montenegro.
3,731 visitors accessed the Sabor's website through social networks, mostly through Facebook, while 19,338 visits were recorded from mobile devices, most frequently from the Sabor, European Parliament, Croatian News Agency Hina, National and University Library and the Social Democratic Party. (Internet Editorial Staff)