10% of Americans don’t use the internet. Who are they? (Pew Research, 4/22/2019)
The size of this group has changed little over the past four years, despite ongoing government and social service programs to encourage internet adoption in underserved areas. But that 10% figure is substantially lower than in 2000, when the Center first began to study the social impact of technology. That year, nearly half (48%) of American adults did not use the internet.
Pew Research Report on Using the Internet for Political Information. (6/6/2008)
Pew Internet and American Life Project; Internet use at libraries. (12/28/2012)
Pew Research Center Report: The Web at 25 in the U.S. (2/27/2014)
Pew Internet and American Life Project survey sez: 15% of Americans don't go online. (9/28/2014)