The digital divide between Latinos and whites is shrinking, according to a new Pew Research Center survey.
Since 2009, according to Pew, Latinos who say they use the Internet has grown by 20 percentage points, from 64% to 84%, while for whites the increase was from 80% to 89%, or fewer than 10 percentage points.
The biggest increase has come from Spanish-dominant Hispanics--almost doubled from 36% to 74%--and Hispanic immigrants, whose use has jumped from 51% to 78% since 2009.
There is no divide over what is the dominant Internet access tool: a mobile device.
The survey found that 80% of Latino adults access the 'net from a mobile device. That figure is 77% for blacks and 76% for whites.
The study was based on phone interviews with a representative sample of 1,500 Latino respondents 18-plus Oct. 21 - Nov. 30, 2015. The margin of error is plus or minus 3.3 points.