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S. Department of Commerce and NTIA unemployed-led households responding it was not necessary or desirable to go online at home declined 3 percentage points from 22 percent, while the percentage of households headed by working householders giving the same reason remained unchanged. At the same time, households of those outside the labor force continued to exhibit the least interest in home Internet adoption, showing a 1 percentage-point increase from 57 percent in 2011 to 58 percent in 2012. In 2012, the most affluent non-using households, with annual incomes of $100,000 or more, stated less often than other income groups that they did not want or need to use the Internet in their homes (45 percent), followed closely by households with family incomes below $25,000 per year (47 percent).

Department of Commerce and NTIA the most likely to say their ability to use the Internet at an alternative location explained why they did not connect to the Internet where they lived. Between 2011 and 2012, the portion of Whites giving this reason remained stable at 3 percent as did that of Asian Americans at 4 percent, but African American and Hispanic householder responses dropped to 3 percent and 2 percent, respectively. In 2011, rural (2 percent) and urban (3 percent) respondents reported other locations as their main reason for no home Internet use, but they tied each at 3 percent in 2012.

Forty-nine percent of householders ages 25 to 44 also reported expense was the primary deterrent to their home Internet use. Householders 65 years of age or older were consistently the least likely age group to cite expense as the primary reason they did not go online at home, and the most likely to respond they did not desire to connect to the Internet there. In 2001, 11 percent of seniors said they thought residential Internet service was too expensive, while 72 percent said they did not want it.

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