Australian Digital Inclusion Index above 60 for first time

Original article by Roy Morgan
Market Research Update – Page: Online : 15-Oct-18

The 2018 Australian Digital Inclusion Index, which is powered by Roy Morgan Research’s Single Source, shows that progress on improving Digital Inclusion is being made across all three measures of Access, Digital Ability and Affordability. However, there are significant demographic groups which still require more targeted investment and development to bridge the gaps on access and digital ability in particular. Nationally, Australia scored 73.4 on Access in the 12 months to March 2018, up from 70.8 a year ago and up nearly 10 points since 2014. The Affordability score of 57.6 represents an increase of 2.1 points from a year ago, while the Digital Ability score of 49.5 has increased by 7.3 points since 2014. The increase in Digital Ability reflect steady improvements in the three core components of Digital Ability (Attitudes, Basic Skills and Activities). All three components have increased in every year since 2014.

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