The Ever-Shifting Internet Population: A new look at Internet access and the digital divide
This study reveals a fluidity in internet use, detailing the on again, off again, or proximal relationships that some have with the Internet and also looks at those who remain offline and the reasons given for non-use.
The Internet and the Iraq war
In the early days of the war with Iraq, 77% of online Americans used the Internet in some connection with the war. They went online to get information about the war, to learn and share differing opinions about the conflict, to send and receive emails about events, to express their views and to offer prayers.
Online campaigners, citizens, and portals in the 2002 elections
Email has become an increasingly popular and potent tool for political communication in America.
Holidays Online 2002
More than three-quarters of Internet users went online this season for some kind of holiday activity. For many email was vital for planning gatherings or sending greetings. Online holiday shopping was up slightly from the previous year.
Modest increase in Internet use for campaign 2002
More Americans used the Internet to get campaign information in 2002 than during the last midterm election four years ago.