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  • Digital inclusion is complex, and our report is not intended to be comprehensive.

    We summarise terminology, key data and interventions in Wales.

    7% of adults in Wales are ‘digitally excluded’, meaning they have not personally used the internet in the previous three months.

    Our report highlights these main reasons for digital exclusion:

    • Digital infrastructure not available.
    • Can’t afford to be digital.
    • Lack of basic digital skills.
    • Accessibility, usability and language.
    • Some people choose not to use digital services.
    • Safety online can be a barrier.

    "I’m not always interested in accessing online services. I prefer face-to-face or to speak to someone on the phone."

    Key questions for public bodies

    We’ve also published a document alongside this report with suggested questions for public bodies to ask themselves as they consider their approach to digital inclusion.

    See ‘Key questions for public bodies’ [opens in new window].


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