Broadband Access

By Ross Perez February 7, 2011

Living in the city, it is easy to assume that high speed internet is a reality everywhere. The truth is that America is far from ubiquitous high speed internet. If you select All under Regions below, you can see that it would take almost $24 B dollars to serve the 7,000,000 households in America without broadband.


Click your county on the map, or type in your states name to filter down to a more relevant view.

Its clear that the Northeast and its dense population has the best availability in the nation. However, it is not impossible to provide good high speed internet to sparse populations- Wyoming has only one county with less than 50% of the population serviced, and its one of the least dense states in the nation.

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