[Air-l] american internet penetration stats?

Chadwick Andrew Andrew.Chadwick at rhul.ac.uk
Sun Sep 10 22:40:06 PDT 2006

Hi Nancy,

It's probably better to use the ITU data as the definitive source; they
are the only official global repository. They rely on the national
sources, but try to be consistent and rigorous in the way they clean the
data. They have a complete set for the US for every year back to 1995.
Look for the latest Statistics Yearbook on their website - a goldmine!



Dr Andrew Chadwick,
Senior Lecturer in Political Science,
Head of Department,
Department of Politics & International Relations, 
Royal Holloway College, 
University of London, 

> -----Original Message-----
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> [mailto:air-l-bounces at listserv.aoir.org] On Behalf Of Nancy Baym
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> Also I do want to mention the Pew chart on American internet 
> adoption at this page:
> http://www.pewinternet.org/trends.asp
> Nancy
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