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OP said "large majority of people using adblockers", not that a large majority were already using them.

So did I? I'm not sure what your point is. My post was framed around the current users of adblockers.

I understand what you were saying, but I made the (unfounded) assumption that most of the general ad-blocker population were turned onto it by someone they trust who is more computer-savvy, and those people will generally continue to recommend ad-blockers to their less-savvy friends as long as good reasons still exist.

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