Digital differences | Pew Research Center’s Internet & American Life Project

Digital differences | Pew Research Center’s Internet & American Life Project – Latest report from Pew Internet shows – equal access to the Internet wirelessly across ethnicities, dramatic rise in overall access for ethnic minorities, and continued trend in increased access to the Internet via mobile much greater in ethnic minorities.

and…22% of Americans still do not access the internet. Check out the data below.

4 thoughts on “Digital differences | Pew Research Center’s Internet & American Life Project”

  1. Thanks for highlighting that report by my colleagues, Kathryn Zickuhr and Aaron Smith.
     
    I’m proud to report that we will be in the field this summer updating our measures of 3 groups which few researchers include in technology reports: people living with disability, people living with chronic conditions, and caregivers. The first 2 groups are disproportionately offline, cut off from the latest health information. But there’s hope: their loved ones are often online. Caregivers are more likely than the general population to have access to the internet (possibly because of other demographic factors, such as the fact that they skew a little younger).
     
    Stay tuned and keep asking for more!

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