Top 25 Worst
Connected U.S. Cities
2014 American
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Top 25 Worst Connected Cities ACS 2014

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The National Digital Inclusion Alliance released two new rankings of America's "25 Worst-Connected Cities in 2014" -- for all households, and for households with annual incomes below $35,000.

Using data from the 2014 American Community Survey (ACS) released last Thursday by the U.S. Census Bureau, NDIA ranked all 184 U.S. cities with more than 50,000 households by their percentages of households with no Internet at home. The ACS provides this data in Tables B28002 ("Presence and types of Internet subscriptions in household") and B28004 (Household income in the last 12 months... by presence and types of Internet subscriptions in household").

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Top 25 Worst Connected Cities ACS 2014

  1. 1.     Top 25 Worst Connected U.S. Cities 2014 American Community Survey   www.digitalinclusionalliance.org/   U.S. places with more than 50,000 households All Households No Internet Access Number Percent Rank Brownsville, Texas 50,340 22,574 44.8% 1 Detroit, Michigan 253,490 95,825 37.8% 2 Jackson city, Mississippi 62,679 22,791 36.4% 3 Laredo, Texas 66,985 24,300 36.3% 4 Hialeah, Florida 68,027 24,476 36.0% 5 New Orleans, Louisiana 152,788 52,693 34.5% 6 Miami, Florida 158,039 54,196 34.3% 7 Kansas City, Kansas 55,680 18,971 34.1% 8 Cleveland, Ohio 165,984 55,619 33.5% 9 Mobile, Alabama 75,594 24,455 32.4% 10 Memphis, Tennessee 250,553 80,313 32.1% 11 Springfield, Massachusetts 55,816 17,733 31.8% 12 Rochester, New York 83,944 26,487 31.6% 13 Augusta-Richmond County, Georgia 69,436 21,678 31.2% 14 Birmingham, Alabama 88,556 27,498 31.1% 15 Macon-Bibb County, Georgia 56,052 17,332 30.9% 16 Buffalo, New York 110,070 33,848 30.8% 17 Shreveport, Louisiana 74,512 22,655 30.4% 18 El Paso, Texas 218,127 65,955 30.2% 19 Dallas, Texas 484,335 144,670 29.9% 20 Dayton, Ohio 56,251 16,616 29.5% 21 St. Louis, Missouri 137,784 40,200 29.2% 22 Syracuse, New York 54,712 15,942 29.1% 23 Cincinnati, Ohio 137,197 39,908 29.1% 24 Providence, Rhode Island 62,020 17,797 28.7% 25  

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