- The Mooring Mast Fall 2013 - issuu
- Muslims Views on Interfaith Relations
- Smartphone Ownership 2013 Pew
- Who’s Not Online and Why Pew
The Mooring Mast Fall 2013 - issuu
As in previous surveys by the Pew Research Center’s Internet Project, internet use remains strongly correlated with age, educational attainment, and household income.
Muslims Views on Interfaith Relations
Though they themselves do not go online, these self-described non-internet users often report that the internet touches their lives: Overall, most adults who do not use the internet or email do not express a strong desire to go online in the future: just 8% of offline adults say they would like to start using the internet or email, while 92% say they are not interested.
Smartphone Ownership 2013 Pew
We also offline adults whether they would need assistance going online if they did wish to do so, and found that only 17% of all non-internet users say they would be able to start using the internet on their own, while 63% say they would need assistance.
Who’s Not Online and Why Pew
S that are snificantly more likely to rely on internet access outside the home include blacks and Hispanics, as well as adults at lower levels of income and education.
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