More than 68 percent of Americans have high-speed broadband access, according to a report from the Department of Commerce's National Telecommunications and Information Administration. However, that percentage fluctuates based on education and location.
The stats come as the NTIA released its national broadband map, a searchable database of Internet connectivity by location. The Digital Nation report has a few key factoids to consider:
Married couples with children have the highest rate of broadband adoption.