The Per Internet and American Life project announced today that 70% of Americans who go on-line from home do it via a high speed Internet connection.
47% of Americans now have broadband at home vs. two years ago where just 30% had the service. 15% have dial-up. 29% of American live in caves and don't go on the Internet at all (see Grandma, they didn't leave you out). The numbers get higher is you are over 65 with just 15% having high speed.
The details are reported by Wendy Davis in Media Daily News from MediaPost.
If you ever need technology user data, nothing beats the Pew Institute.