Internet Use in the United States: 2009 — Tables with national- and state-level data showing who is accessing the Internet, cross-tabulated by age, sex, race, Hispanic-origin, educational attainment and employment status. State data show Internet usage at home versus use at other locations. Also included is whether people are using broadband or dial-up for Internet access. Commissioned by the National Telecommunications and Information Administration, the data come from the Current Population Survey. Internet address: <http://www.census.gov/population/www/socdemo/computer/2009.html>.
The table below shows Internet use by age and race in the U.S. in 2009. Of 119,298,000 households, 68.7% of are connected to the Internet. 63.5% have broadband connections while 4.7% still use dial-up. (click to enlarge)