No Internet for 65 million Americans

PEW Internet & American Life Project released a new study on the digital divisions: Americans with broadband, dial-up or no access to the Internet. The survey findings reported:
Sixty-eight percent of American adults, or about 137 million people, use the internet, up from 63% one year ago. Thirty-two percent of American adults, or about 65 million people, do not go online, and it is not always by choice...At the other end of the spectrum, 53% of home internet users have high-speed access, creating a new divide among internet users.
Digital Divisions
(available in PDF, 264KB, from PEW)



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