There are clear differences among those with broadband connections, dial-up connections, and no connections at all to the internet.
Broadband Adoption at Home: Growing but Slowing
This presentation shows recent trends in home broadband adoption and shows why the growth rates of the recent past are not likely to continue. The pool of remaining dial-up users are older, lower income, and less engaged with the internet than dia…
Broadband Adoption in the United States: Growing but Slowing
The growth in home high-speed internet adoption, after growing quickly in the past several years, has slowed down and is poised to slow even further.
“On Demand” Citizens: e-government at high speed
How Americans get in touch with government and how the advent of high-speed home internet adoption will effect government-citizen interactions.
Young people with broadband at home have distinctive news consumption habits
Are we entering an era of “user-generated” online content? We may not quite be there. But if you look at how young people with high-speed connections interface with the news, the phrase “news consumers” doesn’t capture what these people do when th…
Americans’ Consumption of News & Information
This presentation shows pattern of online news consumption, with particular emphasis on how high-speed internet connections help shift the center of news consumption closer to the online world, especially for young internet users.
More Americans have home computer networks
Growth in home broadband use and laptop purchases contributes to surge in use of computer networks among multi-computer households
Broadband Adoption at Home: Trends & Prospects
More Seniors get broadband at home
A growing number of “Silver Surfers” switch to fast online connections