February 25, 2010

Broadband Haves and Have Nots

According to the FCC, about 93 million Americans don’t use fast, broadband Internet, citing cost and complexity as a factor in their refusal to enter the 20th century.
The study, below, found that 80 million adults and 13 million children either still use dial-up or don’t use the Internet at all at home, suggesting that either the survey methodology might be flawed or we’re in serious trouble.
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It would be interesting to overlay West Virginia's demographics to this chart. I also don't think this reflects demand. That is a separate issue. I just heard NPR report on this and they made it seem like Internet was just for updating your Facebook status. That is so wrong of them.

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