Source: Office for National Statistics (pdf)
Here at arbitrary constant we have previously been interested in internet usage statistics, particularly when it comes to disabled people. In June 2012 we reflected that half of all people who have never used the internet are disabled people. Where are we now?
The latest ONS internet usage statistics are out, and things look like they’ve only moderately moved in a positive direction for disabled people.
Overall, the number of people using the internet continues to increase: 85% of all adults had used the internet in the last three months (to March 2015), an increase of 1% since last quarter.
Some 11% of adults (5.9m people) have never used the internet (to March 2015). This is a reduction of 6% since March 2011, which remains encouraging.
Of these 5.9 million adults who had never used the internet, 3.0 million were aged 75…
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