By Andrew Feinberg - 04/13/12 05:43 PM EDT
Americans with disabilities, a group comprising 27 percent of adults in the United States, are also significantly less likely to go online — with 2 percent of them having a disability that precludes using the Internet at all.
The proliferation of mobile access is "changing the story" of the digital divide, the survey said. More and more Americans who previously had no way to go online now do so using smartphones and other wireless devices. Young adults of color, without a college education and with lower incomes, all say their smartphone is the main source of Internet access.