28% of rural Americans without broadband say broadband is not available where they live

28% of rural adult Americans without home high-speed say broadband isn’t available where they live, in contrast to 22% of non-rural Americans without broadband who say this. Moreover, 24% of dial-up users in rural areas say having the service available where they live would prompt a switch to broadband; this compares to the 14% figure for all respondents, according to the Pew Internet Project.