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Internet? Bah! Say Quite A Few Americans

As a population, we have a significant number of Americans (about 5%, or more than 10 million people) who don't have Internet access by choice, saying it is "irrelevant". They are part of a larger fraction, about 15%, who don't have access to the Internet either because the don't have the time or inclination, or can't afford it in the first place - the so-called "digital divide"; almost half of this 15% are eligible for Medicare. According to the same Pew Survey, almost 3% of Internet users are still stuck with dial-up access, either through necessity or choice.
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