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Those 65 and over continued to lag behind other age brackets, with only 57 percent reporting home Internet use. Income levels also impacted Internet adoption at home. Low-income households were far behind their wealthier counterparts: Forty-nine percent of households making less than $25,000 used the Internet at home, compared to 96 percent of households making $100,000 or more. In 2012, 40 percent of householders without a high school diploma reported having the Internet at home, a 28 percentage-point gain over the last 12 years, but significantly behind the 92 percent of home users with at least a college degree.
Consistently, householders ages 15 to 24 and 25 to 44 were the most likely to say they could access the Internet at a location other than their own homes, possibly because service was available to them at school or work. Seniors 65 years or older were predictably the least likely to state alternative access as their main reason. For example, in 2012, 5 percent of 15- to 44-year-olds gave this as their main reason, followed by householders ages 45 to 64 at 4 percent, and those 65 and older at 1 percent.
Not surprisingly, non-using households led by the youngest householders ages 15 to 24 most often stated that high cost prevented their Internet use at home, rising since 2001 to a high of 51 percent in 2011, but declining a percentage point in 2012 to 50 percent. In 2012, more than twice as many of these younger householders explained that cost was the main barrier to home Internet use compared to the 24 percent of such householders who expressed disinterest in home Internet adoption. Forty-nine percent of householders ages 25 to 44 also reported expense was the primary deterrent to their home Internet use.
America's Embrace of the Mobile Internet: Analyses and Issues by Jennifer Haggard