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This resource from the Schools, Health & Libraries Broadband (SHLB) Coalition argues that governments should identify anchor institution broadband needs and develop plans with stakeholders, providers, and other partners to attract and target additional investment to fill broadband gaps. This plan provides strategies and recommendations curated by the Coalition.
This survey of registered voters ages 50+ in Indiana reveals that nearly 80 percent of respondents support state action to expand broadband to rural areas, either by incentivizing ISPs or expanding the number of rural electric cooperatives that offer broadband. Roughly 65 percent also support the use of state funds to deliver affordable, high-speed internet to all parts of the state.
This survey of registered New York voters ages 35 and over aimed to assess challenges and experiences voters face with respect to internet usage and to gauge their level of support for expanding access to high-speed internet. The data reveals nearly 87 percent of registered voters use the internet and the lack of availability is the most common reason for not having fiber connection.
The Resource Library is a curated collection of expert broadband resources, including funding guides, policy analyses, how-tos, and more. Every resource has been verified by the CTC Energy & Technology team, drawing on their more than forty years of expertise. The library is continuously updated as new resources are submitted for review. Search the resource library to find analysis, explainers, and case studies to answer your broadband questions.
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