US Internet Usage Statistics By State

Internet Marketing | Posted on Jan 5, 2013 | Last updated on September 10, 2021

Internet-usage-statisticsDid you know that Mississippi has the lowest rate of Internet usage with only 60% of their population online. Or that New Hampshire has the highest rate of Internet usage at 92%.

Alaska has the lowest density of Internet users with only 1 person per square mile that uses the web. Washington DC has 6782 internet users per square mile.

These are some of the interesting Internet usage statistics that you can glean from Internet World Stats. The table below is taken from data on their website.

[table caption=”US Internet Usage by State”]
State or Territory,% Online,Users per sq Mile
Alabama, 65,59
Alaska, 84,1
Arizona, 82,46
Arkansas, 67,37
California, 80,182
Colorado, 81,39
Connecticut, 86,555
Delaware, 80,289
District of Columbia, 77,6782
Florida, 79,225
Georgia, 78,128
Hawaii, 80,99
Idaho, 82,15
Illinois, 80,177
Indiana, 74,131
Iowa, 77,42
Kansas, 79,27
Kentucky, 69,74
Louisiana, 68,59
Maine, 83,31
Maryland, 82,382
Massachusetts, 88,544
Michigan, 80,82
Minnesota, 82,50
Mississippi, 60,37
Missouri, 73,63
Montana, 73,5
Nebraska, 80,19
Nevada, 79,19
New Hampshire, 92,129
New Jersey, 88,886
New Mexico, 67,11
New York, 83,295
North Carolina, 71,127
North Dakota, 74,7
Ohio, 78,200
Oklahoma, 67,36
Oregon, 87,34
Pennsylvania, 78,215
Rhode Island, 82,558
South Carolina, 67,96
South Dakota, 74,8
Tennessee, 74,110
Texas, 68,64
Utah, 89,29
Vermont, 82,53
Virginia, 77,145
Washington, 86,81
West Virginia, 70,54
Wisconsin, 83,72
Wyoming, 77,4
US Total, 78,63
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  1. Ahmad Ali said:
    July 28, 2014 at 12:54 am

    This is very useful information about usages of internet state wise. The usage of internet is good for states in general except few with a low rate.

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