BY JOHN B. HORRIGAN (HTTP://WWW.PEWINTERNET.ORG/AUTHOR/JHORRIGAN/) AND MAEVE DUGGAN (HTTP://WWW.PEWINTERNET.ORG/AUTHOR/MDUGGAN/)
Three notable changes relating to digital access and digital divides are occurring in the realm of personal connectivity, according to new findings from Pew Research Center surveys. First, home broadband adoption seems to have plateaued. It now stands at 67% of Americans, down slightly from 70% in 2013, a small but statistically significant difference which could represent a blip or might be a more prolonged reality. This change moves home broadband adoption to where it was in 2012.