Access to the digital road is a basic necessity. #GotAccess?
The Digital Divide's Impact
Nearly one-third of U.S. households (32 percent) lack broadband service.
Despite the growing importance of the Internet in American life,
28% of Americans do not use the Internet at all.
Low-income and minority Americans disproportionately find themselves on the wrong side of the digital divide.
Characteristic of Householders: Percentage of Households with no Internet Access at home.
The top three reasons people often don't use the internet...
1. They don't believe it's relevant.
2. They don't know how to use the technology.
3. They find it unaffordable.
Using the Internet is becoming a necessity across more and more facets of life. It's used to complete homework, search for and apply for jobs, connect with family and friends and access government programs.