Isp broadband internet penetration
Part 1. Rural Internet Access: Deployment and Availability
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• US ISP broadband internet subscribers | Statistic
This statistic shows the total number of broadband internet subscribers in the United Broadband penetration; Broadband internet at home; Broadband internet.
Description:By Lee Rainie , Pavani Reddy and Peter Bell Introduction Policy makers have long hoped that the Internet could bring especially powerful benefits to rural areas, many of which have suffered economic problems as residents migrate to cities and suburbs. Many officials in small towns and rural regions hoped that technology that allowed people to communicate easily and cheaply with any modem owner in the world and to access all kinds of information, products and services on the Web would allow people to remain in rural settings while reaping some new social and economic rewards. Rural residents are less likely to be Internet users than those who live in suburbs or cities. That amounts to about 23 million people. This marks notable growth in Internet use in rural regions, but the technology has not made the same headway into rural communities as it has in urban and suburban communities. Internet penetration rates in rural communities have increased about ten percentage points between and