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Pew Study: The Well-Off Use the Net More

This just in from the Department of Unsurprising Research Results: The nation’s wealthier households are more likely than those less blessed to own technology gear and use the Internet. According to recent surveys by the Pew Research Center’s Internet & American Life Project, those making $75,000 a year and up are more likely to: Have desktops, laptops, music players and game consoles; tap into the Internet frequently and for a greater variety of tasks; and engage in e-commerce. One other note: Even among households with similar access to the Net, the wealthier were more active users.

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