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President Bush’s goal of universal broadband access for all Americans by 2007 appears to be in doubt, according to a recent GAO report. Between 42% to 48% of online Americans subscribe to a broadband service, according to two surveys. Among active Internet users, US broadband penetration broke 70% for the first time in April 2006. In Europe, slow adoption among new member states has created a two-speed European Union.
Stop. Now reverse it…. If 48% have broadband, then that means 50% do not. You are more likely to have broadband if you are a college graduate with a good income.