An analysis of regional and demographic differences in United States Internet usage (05 Mar 2004)
Finally, this study begins to review some of the key assumptions in the Pew report and analysis including its definition of regions, and tests the census of the United States regions. It also reviews some nested categories of demographics to determine if some of the differences found in regional differences can be further defined through analysis. As an example the Chi - square test is performed between region, race, and income to determine if exhibited regional differences in race can be explained by income levels within race.
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