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To what extent does race affect computer ownership in the US?

There are still racial inequalities in the U.S. when it comes to technology access. Image: Unsplash/Sincerely Media

Sara Atske

Assistant Digital Producer, Pew Research Center

Andrew Perrin

Research Assistant, Pew Research Center

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