Some states trail others in Internet adoption as more Americans connect to the Web.
Nationwide, about 71 percent of households were connected in 2010, according to the most recent Current Population Survey estimates compiled by the Census Bureau.
All states recorded increases in Internet adoption since 2007, when the national rate stood at 61.7 percent.
The 2010 estimates indicate 86.2 percent of New Hampshire residents reported household Internet usage, the highest share of any state. New Mexico recorded the nation's lowest household adoption rate of 64.1 percent.
Click a state to display figures for residents age 3 and up. States with higher percentages of households connected to the Internet in 2010 are shaded in dark green.
NOTE: Zoom out to view Alaska and Hawaii data. The Census Bureau does not publish local data or statewide figures for demographic groups.
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