New report says one in five adults do not use the internet

Apr 16, 2012
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It’s a good thing we’re still broadcasting on good old radio airwaves because one in five Americans never goes online – no smart phone, no computer, no internet. They’re older, poorer, less educated – and more and more out of the mainstream of economic and cultural life. Is this you? Tell us why, next time at one o’clock.



Aaron W. Smith, senior research specialist, Pew Research Center’s Internet and American Life Project, and coauthor of a Pew report that one in five American adults do not use the internet

Karen North, clinical psychologist and director of USC’s Annenberg Program on Online Communities

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