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The article also says:
According to Slingshot’s research, a number one ranking on Google gets about an 18% click-thru rate and the number two organic listing gets about 10% CTR. Both of those are about double the CTRs of comparable organic listings on Bing — 9.66% and 5.51%, respectively.
However, Bing showing only a 26% organic click rate is the real shocker. I honestly don't get that. Makes me wonder about the study's methodology.
The main difference in activity was in time spent looking at organic search results; searchers on Google spent four more seconds looking there than Bing users did.