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Jun 6, 2012Kathryn Zickuhr, Mary Madden
For the first time, half of American adults ages 65 and older are online.
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High-speed access to the internet at home has risen steadily in recent years. Read a summary of our research related to broadband.
Catherine Holahan, BusinessWeek.com
Mar 15, 2007
Instead of a digital divide, the U.S. has a "digital dimmer switch," says Pew associate director Susannah Fox... "Broadband users are shaping their online environment, not just using it," says Fox. "It is interesting to think about not only what Lati...
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Mar 7, 2007
This data set contains basic tracking questions, as well as questions about online video and how internet users are affected by spam email. It was used in the reports "Online Video", "Home Broadband Adoption 2007" and "Spam 2007".
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Oct 24, 2006Lee Rainie
Is there such a thing as "internet addiction"? A new survey of internet users suggests that a portion of them experience behavioral problems connected to their internet use. Lee Rainie is among the panelists on the program who discuss the findings. T...
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Jul 28, 2006Lee Rainie
This presentation covers many of the major findings from the Project about the social impact of the internet.
More in: Communities, Digital Divide, New Media Ecology, Broadband, Technology User Types
David Ho, Cox News Service, Kansas City Star
May 29, 2006
“Using high-speed Internet at home is becoming mainstream, and black and moderate-income Americans are driving the trend, according to a survey released Sunday.The share of adults using residential broadband was 2 in 5 this March, the Pew Internet an...
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Peter Svensson, The Associated Press, Star-Telegram.com
“Middle- and working-class Americans signed up for high-speed Internet access in record numbers in the past year, apparently lured by a price war among phone companies.Broadband adoption increased 59 percent from March last year to March 2006 among U...
Chris Cobbs, Orlando Sentinel
“Led by a dramatic increase among blacks, Americans have traded up to high-speed Internet access at an unexpectedly fast pace during the past year, according to a study released Sunday.The number of African-Americans with a high-speed, or "broadband,...
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Ellen Lee, San Francisco Chronicle
“More people than ever -- including minorities and lower- and middle-income households -- are hooking up to high-speed Internet access, the majority of them using DSL, a study released Sunday said.About 84 million U.S. residents now have broadband In...
May 28, 2006John Horrigan
Adoption of high-speed internet at home grew twice as fast in the year prior to March 2006 than in the same time frame from 2004 to 2005. Middle-income Americans accounted for much of the increase.
Howard I. Finberg, Poynter Online
Mar 22, 2006
"When it comes to reading and watching news on the Internet, the faster the connection, the higher the consumption.That’s one of the conclusions from a new study released by the Pew Internet & American Life Project. At the end of 2005, according to ...
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Lee RainieGeorgetown Public Policy Institute Annual Conference
Kathryn ZickuhrWichita State University's Elliott School of Communications
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The Pew Research Center's Internet & American Life Project is one of seven projects that make up the Pew Research Center. The Center is supported by The Pew Charitable Trusts.
The Pew Research Center's Internet & American Life Project is one of seven projects that make up the Pew Research Center. The Center is supported by The Pew Charitable Trust.