Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs on LiveJournal
I should probably stick to patterns with these posts, completing all the NRL or AFL teams for a network before switching another network, league or team. I’m just not capable of doing that at the moment. If you want to keep up with what I am doing data wise with specific leagues, teams and networks, I suggest you use the categories to find posts. Category navigation can be found on the menu bar. When you use your mouse to hover over a category, a menu should drop down with more options.
That out of the way, this post will look at the size of the Canterbury Bulldogs fan community on LiveJournal. The Bulldogs are part of the National Rugby League and are based in Sydney. (On LiveJournal clones like blurty, Dreamwidth Studios, InsaneJournal and JournalFen, no one lists Canterbury Bulldogs or Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs as an interest. Therefor, it is impossible to talk about them.) As of January 11, 2010, twenty-six people list the Canterbury Bulldogs as an interest.
Four of the twenty-six have updated in the last month. Another five have updated in the last year. One has never updated. This lack of recent updating is a bit higher than the percentage wise than the Melbourne Storm community.
Twelve of the twenty-six list their year of birth. The average year of birth is 1985, and the median and mode year of birth is 1987. This puts their fanbase on LiveJournal at an average age of about a year younger than their counterpart fans who like the Melbourne Storm.
Twenty-one people list their country of residence. Eighteen are from Australia, with one each from Jamaica, New Zealand and the United States. 85.7% are Australian. The percentage of Australians is higher than Brisbance Broncos fans on bebo (71.1% Aussie), Brisbane Bronco fans on LiveJournal (81.1%), Brisbane Broncos fans on Twitter (67.6%). It is lower than Brisbane Broncos fans on blogger (100%) and Dreamwidth (100%) and Melbourne Storm fans on LiveJournal (100%).
Of the eighteen Australians, sixteen of them list their state of residence: Fourteen from New South Wales, one from Queensland and one from Victoria. When compared to the Brisbane Broncos, Balmain Tigers, Cronulla Sharks, Melbourne Storm, North Sydney Bears, and St. George Dragons fans on LiveJournal, this team draws most heavily from New South Wales. The second most popular team in New South Wales on LiveJournal based on the aforementioned teams is the Melbourne Storm, with seven people from the state.