Computer and Internet Use in the United States: 2015 This report is an update to the 2013 report. It highlights computer and Internet use data for various demographic and geographic characteristics.
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Computer and internet use. Question: What data do you have on the use of computers and the Internet? Response: Overall Use. In 2015, 94 percent of children ages 3 to 18 had a computer at home and 61 percent of children ages 3 to 18 had internet access at home.
The Computer Use Survey also collected data on computer and Internet or e-mail use at home, school, and work as well as use of the Internet for job search. The data presented in this release focus on computer and Internet use at work and on job search methods using the Internet. For additional information about the survey, see the Technical Note.
This statistic presents information on frequency of computer use among children in the United States from 2011 to 2017. In 2017, nine percent of responding parents said that their child used the ...
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• More children and adolescents use computers at school (81 percent) than at home (65 percent) (table 3). The difference in school versus home computer use is larger for groups of 5- through 17-year-olds who are generally less likely to use computers. Computer use at school exceeds use at home by 30 percentage points or
Households headed by a person aged 65 and older lagged behind households with younger householders in computer ownership or use and the likelihood of having an Internet subscription. Households with an Asian householder were most likely to own or use a desktop or laptop, own or use a handheld device, and have a broadband Internet subscription.