Pew's Study of Internet Usage By Gender
A new report from the Pew Internet & American Life Project shows how men's and women's use of the Web has changed over time. Some of the highlights include
- 68% of men are internet users, compared with 66% 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.
- 86% of women ages 18-29 are online, compared with 80% of men that age.
- 34% of men age 65 and older are online, compared with 21% of women that age.
- 60% of black women are online, compared with 50% of black men.