More Nevadans surfing the Net

Edwards, John G.
June 2009
Las Vegas Business Press (10712186);6/8/2009, Vol. 26 Issue 23, pP12
The article reports on a 2007 survey released by the U.S. Census Bureau which revealed that the portion of Nevadans using the Internet is slightly above the national average. According to the survey, 62.4 percent of individuals in the U.S. 3 years and older have access to the Internet from some location, a rise from 18 percent in 1997. The percentage in Nevada is 64.5 percent, while in Alaska it is 76.1 percent, followed by New Hampshire at 74.6 percent.


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