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The Big Picture

Millions still lack broadband access

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  • Winter 2020
  • Progress in 2019
  • Trust, Facts, and Democracy Today
  • Protecting Chilean Patagonia
  • Lessons Learned Today
  • Millions Still Lack Broadband Access
  • Noteworthy
  • Average U.S. Household Size Is Going Up
  • States Combat the Opioid Crisis
  • Cashless Retailers Problematic for Some
  • How Much Do You Know About Wildlife?
  • Explaining Why Survey Estimates Vary
  • Restoring Oysters in New York Harbor
  • Got an Electric Car?
  • Return on Investment
  • A Post 911 Generation of Veterans
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The Big Picture
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The single strands of a fiber optic cable facilitate speedy transfers of data. Hundreds of thousands of miles of cable help power internet connectivity across the U.S. Yet many Americans—at least 21 million—continue to lack access to broadband. Pew is providing research and data to policymakers to help expand the availability of high-speed, reliable internet across the country.

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Issue Brief

How State Policy Shapes Broadband Deployment

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States are playing a crucial role in efforts to expand broadband to the 21 million to 163 million Americans1 who still lack access to this critical service, encouraging broadband investment and helping to bring more of their residents online.

Noteworthy A Brighter Tomorrow Begins With Lessons Learned Today

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