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How Internet Access Has Changed

 2000200220042005
Men51%60%66%75%
Women46566169
Race/Ethnicity1    
 White50%60%67%73%
 Black34454360
 Hispanic43545979
Age    
 18–2969%74%78%84%
 30–4960677483
 50–6445526071
 65+14182530
     
Household income    
 < $30,00031%38%44%54%
 $30,000–$50,00052656978
 $50,000–$75,00067748187
 $75,000+78868994
Education    
 Did not graduate from
  high school
17%23%32%38%
 High school grad34455262
 Some college63727582
 College plus75828892
Community type    
 Urban43%49%56%75%
 Suburban54636873
 Rural53586265
Margin of error is ±2.5% for 2000 and ±2% for 2002.
Source: Pew Internet & American Life Project tracking survey, April 2000, March–May 2002, and May–June 2004.
1. The 2000 numbers for the race category are based on the March, April, and May–June 2000 data sets.

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