Lot’s of interesting stats here:

The percentage of women using the Internet still lags slightly behind the percentage of men, according to the study. Sixty-eight percent of men are Internet users, compared with 66 percent of women. Because they make up more of the population, the total number of women online is now slightly larger than the number of men.

Women under 30 and black women outpace their male peers. Sixty percent of black women are online, compared with 50 percent of black men.

However, older women trail dramatically behind older men, according to the study. Eighty-six percent of women ages 18-29 are online, compared with 80 percent of men that age. Thirty-four percent of men age 65 and older are online, compared with 21 percent of women that age.

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