One of Five Americans Doesn’t Use the Internet
It seems like the internet is everywhere. We use it to pay bills, communicate with friends and family, research needed information and literally hundreds of other uses. Yet, according to PCWorld.com, 20% of American adults don’t go online and don’t think the web is relevant to them. The reasons given for not going online are interesting.
31 percent of respondents said they were “just not interested.” This was by far the biggest percentage — the next largest group of respondents (12 percent) said they didn’t have a computer.
Other results regarding internet usage can be had here.