With the ubiquity of smartphones and tablets, it’s easy to assume everyone has some way of connecting to the Internet. However, according to a recent study by the Pew Research Center, one in five Americans doesn’t use the Internet at all. Much of this 20% is comprised of senior citizens (who’ve probably given up on modern technology altogether), but a significant portion also includes households under the poverty line and individuals with disabilities (and presumably Amish people, of course). Even more surprisingly, only 10% of respondents said that they’re interested in using the Internet at all sometime down the line.

[via Mashable]