TheOptimizationIdiot - 7:19 am on Mar 18, 2013 (gmt 0)
Not necessarily. What if some pages have more/longer content than others? It would take a longer time to read them but that wouldn't necessarily indicate higher quality. I just don't think one can extract conclusive data about the quality of a website(s) from SERP click data.
Sure you can when you base it on averages and multiple data points, including per user averages (more accurately what I said initially which is on a per user basis) and search ending percentage, but I'm done trying to explain it, because you heard what you wanted to hear from one person, so your question is answered.