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Those W3 numbers are really low and don't jibe with Statcounter and NetMarketshare.
I think that part of the difference you get from different samples is at least partially based upon how much you weight Europe.

With the browser choice box it's clear that there are greater numbers of Europeans who are choosing alternative browsers than North Americans. By forcing people to make a choice it's no longer automatic to go with IE, and people who are less technical may feel that this allows them to install an alternative without having to worry, while their equivilants in North America may not feel confident enough to change.
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