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A new digital divide has emerged — and conventional solutions won’t bridge the gap

Though the United States has made profound progress in making Internet access universally available, a new digital divide has emerged that defies conventional solutions.

Since both Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump have promised to expand broadband opportunities if elected president, it’s crucial for future policy decisions that we understand who is still offline and why. According to the most recent findings of the Pew Research Center, 13 percent of Americans still do not use the Internet.

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