Only 25% of Americans think online shopping is convenient

25% of users think that online shopping is to some extent convenient, 53% agree, with 16% either disagreeing or strongly disagreeing that is, according to Pew Internet. People with broadband at home are more likely than dial-up users to have bought something online, by a 74% to 59% margin, a difference that is significant even [...]

25% of users think that online shopping is to some extent convenient, 53% agree, with 16% either disagreeing or strongly disagreeing that is, according to Pew Internet. People with broadband at home are more likely than dial-up users to have bought something online, by a 74% to 59% margin, a difference that is significant even when socio-economic and demographic characteristics are taken into account.

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