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Facts tagged with Househould Broadband Connection

According to the U.S. Census, in October 2007, 51 percent of U.S. households broadband connection

compared to the 28 percent of EU households that have broadband connections (the average is misleading because of the number of relatively poor countries in the EU).
The U.S. ranks 9th internationally in household broadband penetration.

Research Area: Poverty

Tags: poverty, househould broadband connection, international broadband connection, eu broadband connection

Wallsten, Scott. Understanding International Broadband Comparisons. (Washington DC: Technology Policy Institute). May, 2008. – 41 pages
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