Newton Abbot MP Anne-Marie Morris has been enquiring about internet usage of people and households in Devon and Newton Abbot – or rather she asked for an estimate of the number of (a) people and (b) households in (i) Devon and (ii) Newton Abbot constituency who do not use the internet.
According to Glen Watson, director general of the Office of National Statistics: ‘The latest available estimate (in respect of 2012 Q2) of the number of adults who have never used the Internet in Devon is 137,000. The estimate for Devon County Council is 89,000. Estimates at parliamentary constituency level are not available.’
And for internet access in the South West, the latest available estimate (in respect of 2012) of the number of households in the region without internet access is 462,000.
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