Does having a college education or not coupled with ethnic/Hispanic group make a difference in the market penetration of key connected devices? Do White/non-Hispanic college graduates have higher levels of device use then Black/non-Hispanic or other groups? Does this vary by device type? This MetaFAQs reports on the active penetration of smartphones, PCs, tablets, and feature/basic cell phones among White/non-Hispanic, Black/non-Hispanic, Asian/non-Hispanic, Hispanic, and other non-Hispanic American adults.
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