If you can read this, you can Web surf. That's the conclusion of a recent survey conducted by Mediamark Research, Inc., for the Joseph Jacobs Organization's Jewish Publications Network. The survey found that people who read Jewish newspapers (that's you, now) are more likely than not to own a computer and surf the Web. Here's the facts:By the way, you can read this same story online at our Web site: www. jewishjournal.com.
Percentage of American adults who own a computer: 44.5
Percentage of people who read a Jewish publication and own a computer: 69
Percentage of people who read their local Jewish publication who own a computer: 73
Percentage of American adults who have used the Internet within the past month: 34
Percentage of people who read a Jewish publication who have used the Internet within the past month: 61
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