New Fact Sheet: Latino Computer and Internet Use
Posted by on August 30, 2002
The Latino Issues Forum developed the following fact sheet to look at the Key Demographic Factors in Computer and Internet Use for the Latino population. According to their report, in 2001, only 40% of Latinos had a computer in their home compared to the national average of 54%. When it came to Internet use the difference was even larger, only 32% of Latinos used the Internet compared to the national average of 51%.
To download a copy of the fact sheet and learn more about the Forum, go to:
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