Offline U.S. households: too expensive 2017, by child present

This statistic shows the percentage of U.S. households without any home internet connection due to it being too expensive, sorted by presence of a child in the household. As of November 2017, 34.7 percent of households with a school-aged child present at home without internet did not have an online connection because it was too expensive. The national average of households not going online at home because it was too expensive was 21.2 percent.

Percentage of U.S. households without internet because it is too expensive as of November 2017, by child present

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Release date

June 2018


United States

Survey time period

November 2017

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U.S. households without any home internet users; main reason for not going online at home: too expensive

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