Future of Media, Entertainment and Sport

Think older people are technophobes? Think again

Older Americans who use the internet tend to view technology in a positive light. Image: REUTERS/Lucas Jackson

Monica Anderson

Research Associate, Pew Research Center

Andrew Perrin

Research Assistant, Pew Research Center

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