Scottish household survey 2016: key findings
Short report summarising the key findings from the Scottish household survey 2016: annual report.
Home internet access in Scotland is high and continuing to increase.
82% of Scottish households reported having internet access at home in 2016.
Home internet access has increased over the past decade from 42% in 2003.
Adults who don't use the internet
Only one in six adults did not use the internet in 2016. In 2015 this was one in five.
Internet acces by income
Home internet access varied with income, with those on the lowest incomes being less likely to have home internet access.
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