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This also raises questions, however, about why Asian American households, with an adoption rate comparable to White households in 2012, were also those most likely, along with Hispanic households to go online at school. These findings may benefit from further research and investigation. Only 16 percent of rural dwellers reported that someone in the household goes online at school, compared to 21 percent of households in urban areas. Eleven percent of households reported that someone went online at a public library.
The race or ethnicity of a householder correlates with whether a household not online is interested in using the Internet while home. Between 2001 and 2012, White households have most often stated no interest or need to connect to the Internet in their homes, except in 2011, when 56 percent of Asian American non-using householders stated no desire to do so, compared to 53 percent of Whites. In all other years, Asian American householders were the next group after Whites to express disinterest in using the Internet at home.
Data from the 2012 CPS demonstrate that employed householders (5 percent) were more than twice as likely as those not in labor force (2 percent) to give this response. This represents a decrease from 2011 among employed Exploring the Digital Nation: Embracing the Mobile Internet 45 (6 percent) and unemployed (3 percent) non-using householders, but doubled to 2 percent in 2012 for those not in labor force. Income appears to be positively related to the opportunity to use the Internet outside of the home, with the lowest earning households least likely to give alternative location as the primary reason they did not use the Internet at home.