Just 22% of WordPress Sites are kept current
A quick look at the Wordpress stats page shows only 22% of WordPress sites are running the current WordPress version (4.9.1).  This is a security release and upgrading is recommended
December 07, 2017

It is essential you keep your site up to date with the latest recommended version to remain secure

A quick look at the WordPress stats page shows only 22% of WordPress sites are running the current WordPress version (4.9.1).

This is a security release and upgrading is recommended

Have you upgraded yet?  If not, why not?

See more at WordPress: https://wordpress.org/about/stats/

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