2006 Minnesota Internet Study: Broadband enters the mainstream

Our statewide estimate at the end of 2006 is that 1,393,267 households, or 68.7 percent of all Minnesota households, currently possess at least one working computer., and socio-demographic factors such as age, income, or whether school-age children are present in the home continue to be excellent predictors of technology adoption in both rural and metro Minnesota.

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