John Horrigan, Director of Research at the Internet and American Life Project, posted a comment worth noting, in response to the fracas about Rep. DeLay's statements about Justice Kennedy. Mr. Horrigan stated: "If Justice Kennedy does indeed go online to conduct research for his job, he has lots of company. On a typical day, 20% of internet users, or 27 million Americans, use the internet to do some kind of research relating to their jobs. In terms of percentages, the numbers are larger for those Americans with high-speed internet connections at the workplace. For that group, 42% do some work-related research online on the average day."