30% of Americans Do Not Have Broadband Access at Home

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The Pew Research Center has recently released the results of a survey conducted as part of their Internet & American Life Project. According to these findings, over half of Americans currently own smartphone; however there is a significant gap in broadband coverage across the country.

The survey, conducted in May 2013 says that 70% of American adults have access to broadband internet in their homes, which leaves and astounding 30% of Americans who do not have access to broadband internet in their homes. Of the respondents, 10% were only able to access the internet via their smartphones, whilst 2% of Americans were found to be living completely outside of broadband coverage areas.

Nationally, the survey has found that a total of 3% of Americans access the internet at home via a dial-up connection, despite the fact that broadband’s superior quality and speed has been available to the public for over 10 years. Of the respondents, the demographic  with the least available access to the internet was persons over 65 years of age, of whom only 43% had access to broadband internet at home.

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