Growth in Number of Net Users Stalls With Over 60% of Americans Online

by Sabrina I. Pacifici on December 29, 2003

From today’s Christian Science Monitor: The Internet hasn’t reeled in everyone yet

  • America’s Online Pursuits: The Changing Picture of Who’s Online and What they Do, a report released December 22 by the Pew Internet & American Life Project. [Link]
  • Table of Contents
  • Full report in pdf, 101 pages
  • From the Summary of Findings: “Despite this growth in activity, the growth of the online population itself has slowed. There was almost no growth over the course of 2002 and there has been only a small uptick in recent months to leave the size of the online U.S. adult population at 63% of all those 18 and over. More than three-quarters of those between the ages of 12 and 17 use the Internet.”
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