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Rural Internet users find local content lacking

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Residents of rural areas are much less satisfied with local Internet content than their big-city counterparts, according to a survey by Streetmail.com, an e-mail newsletter publisher. Nearly 75% indicated a preference for content produced by local residents for local residents. The survey of 1,000 Internet users was conducted by Streetmail and Greenfield Online in February.

Copyright April 2000, Crain Communications Inc.

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