Data Explorer enables easy tracking of metrics from the NTIA Internet Use Survey. Simply choose a metric of interest from the drop-down menu. The default Map mode depicts percentages by state, while Chart mode allows metrics to be broken down by demographics and viewed as either percentages of the population or estimated numbers of people or households.
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Device Use Internet Use Non-Use of the Internet at Home Types of Internet Service Online Activities Legacy Metrics (No Longer Updated) Desktop Computer Use Uses a Desktop, Laptop, or Tablet Computer Laptop Computer Use Tablet or e-Book Reader Use Smartphone Use Smart TV or TV-Connected Device Use Wearable Device Use Internet Use (Any Location) Ages 15+: Internet Use (Any Location) Internet Use at Home Internet Use at Work Internet Use at School Internet Use at a Coffee Shop or Other Business Internet Use While Traveling Between Places Internet Use at a Public Place (Library, Community Center, Park, etc.) Internet Use at Someone Else’s Home Internet Use by Anyone in Household (Any Location) Home Internet Use by Anyone in Household No Home Internet Use by Anyone in Household Prior Home Internet Use by Anyone in Offline Household Main Reason Not Online at Home: Don't Need or Not Interested Main Reason Not Online at Home: Too Expensive Main Reason Not Online at Home: No/Inadequate Computer Main Reason Not Online at Home: Can Use Elsewhere Main Reason Not Online at Home: Privacy or Security Concerns Main Reason Not Online at Home: Not Available in Area Mobile Data Plan Used (Any Location) Wired High-Speed Internet Service Used at Home Satellite Internet Service Used at Home Dial-Up Internet Service Used at Home Home Internet via Plan Bought from a Company Home Internet via Plan Bought from Public Agency, Nonprofit, or Cooperative Home Internet Provided for Building, Condo, etc. and Included in Housing Costs Home Internet via Publicly Available Service Provided at No Charge Home Cable TV Subscription Using Email Text Messaging or Instant Messaging Using Online Social Networks Publishing or Uploading Blog Posts, Videos, or Other Original Content Participating in Online Video or Voice Calls or Conferences Watching Videos Online Streaming or Downloading Music, Radio, Podcasts, etc. Working Remotely via the Internet Searching for a Job Online Taking Classes or Participating in Job Training Online Using Online Financial Services (Banking, Investing, Paying Bills, etc.) Shopping, Making Travel Reservations, or Using Other Consumer Services Online Selling Goods via the Internet Requesting Services Provided by Other People via the Internet Offering Services for Sale via the Internet Interacting with Household Equipment via the Internet Desktop, Laptop, or Tablet Computer Used at Home* Reliability is Most Important Aspect of Home Internet Service* Service Speed is Most Important Aspect of Home Internet Service* Affordability is Most Important Aspect of Home Internet Service* Data Cap is Most Important Aspect of Home Internet Service* Mobility is Most Important Aspect of Home Internet Service* Customer Service is Most Important Aspect of Home Internet Service* Mobile Data Plan Used at Home* Mobile Data Plan Used Outside the Home* Home Internet Service is Part of a Bundle* TV Channels Bundled with Internet at Home* Mobile Phone Service Bundled with Internet at Home* Home Phone Service Bundled with Internet at Home* Home Security or Monitoring Bundled with Internet at Home* Researching Health Information Online* Accessing Health or Insurance Records, or Communicating with a Doctor Online* Using an Online Health Monitoring Service* Using Online Location-Based ("On-the-Go") Services*
By: Total US Age Group Employment Status Family Income Education Sex Race or Ethnicity Disability Status Population Density (MSA Status) School-aged Child in Household Veteran Status
95% Confidence Interval (margin of error)