Eighty per cent of people who have heard of the Internet but not used it do not know how to get connected, but most would be happy to cast their vote online. These statistics, from a Mori report commissioned by Motorola, reflect an increasingly schizophrenic response to rapid technological change.
Forty-three percent of people don't use any form of IT technology. In fact, Britain is quickly becoming a nation of IT "haves" and "have nots", with the former predictably predominating among the higher income ABC classes.
The survey scuppers the notion that technology makes working lives easier.
The people who use IT the most work roughly 10 hours a week longer than those who don't use it at all.
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