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Except in 2001, when 8 percentage points separated the least educated (55 percent) and the most educated (47 percent) householders who said they did not need to visit the 35 Exploring the Digital Nation: Embracing the Mobile Internet Internet at home, the difference between these groups has been nominal (see Figure 17). Following a pattern from 2001, more men than women expressed disinterest in going online at home in 2012, with 50 percent of male heads of non-using households and 47 percent of their female counterparts reporting this answer.

Exploring the Digital Nation: Embracing the Mobile Internet 25 Note: See Appendix B, Table 5 for complete results. Figure 11. Internet Use at Home by State, Percent of Households, 2012. Note: See Appendix B, Table 5 for complete results. Figure 12. Estimated Growth of Internet Use at Home Over Time by State, Percentage of Households, 2009-2012. S. Department of Commerce and NTIA 23 Fiberoptic Only 5 Mobile BB Only 9 Cable and Mobile 5 25 25 24 24 20 4 4 6 6 8 13 10 8 7 6 3 4 5 6 8 25 25 24 22 3 5 5 7 12 10 10 7 3 3 5 6 24 24 24 20 26 6 5 5 7 2 8 13 12 5 14 5 5 4 5 5 21 35 6 2 9 11 5 3 Cable Only DSL Only All Online Households 45 Family Income Less Than $25,000 43 $25,000-49,999 44 $50,000-74,999 46 $75,000-99,999 45 $100,000 or More 45 Education* No Diploma 43 High School Diploma 43 Some College 44 College Degree 46 Race and Ethnicity* White 45 African American 42 Hispanic 41 Asian American 53 American Indian or Alaska 39 Native Population Density Urban 47 Rural 32 * These are attributes of the householder.

Different demographic and geographic groups reported disparate levels of home Internet use. For instance, in 2012 82 percent of 25- to 44-year-old householders had Internet at home, similar to 79 percent of 45- to 64-yearolds. Those 65 and over continued to lag behind other age brackets, with only 57 percent reporting home Internet use. Income levels also impacted Internet adoption at home. Low-income households were far behind their wealthier counterparts: Forty-nine percent of households making less than $25,000 used the Internet at home, compared to 96 percent of households making $100,000 or more.

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