Broadband is hitting 60+% adoption rates in US homes – but is that for everyone?

The US Dept of Commerce has released a report on the Digital Nation, stating that broadband connectivity to homes has topped 60%. But those results vary by race and economics status.

Here are the results of their study:

Looking at gender, there isn’t much difference, but income certainly seems to matter as does race.

But the really interesting thing is why don’t people hook up to the Internet – is it because they can’t afford it?


It’s because they are interested…
So what is that about?



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