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Resource ID: #27761
Subject: Infrastructure
Source: Center for Public Integrity
Date: 2022-05-12



The Center for Public Integrity combined large datasets to measure in hard numbers who doesn't have access to high-speed internet and for the first time illuminate the issue through a socioeconomic lens. The Center found that people living in areas in the lowest quintile of median household income were nearly five times more likely not to have access to broadband than those living in areas in the top quintile. This analysis had never been done before.

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