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Why 15% of Americans still aren't using the Internet

Colin Neagle | Sept. 26, 2013
Most Americans who don't use the Internet are 'just not interested,' a new report has found.

While the total number of American adults on the Internet is up from 78% as of Pew's report in August 2011, the trends don't appear to have changed for those in the demographics that have made up the offline population since Pew first began keeping track.

"Those who do not use the Internet often do not feel any need to try it, some are wary of the technology, and others are unhappy about what they hear about the online world," a Pew report published in September 2000 concluded.

 

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