- Since the Web does not easily facilitate access by
users with disabilities, it is not surprising that 91.8% the users do not report
any disabilities. This proportion was consistent between the stratified segments
(location, gender, access time).
- Of the other disabilities reported, 3% claim vision impairments with the
other disabilities (motor, cognitive, hearing, and multiple disabilities)
receiving less than 1% apiece.
- The "Rather not Say!" option accounted for 2.0% of the responses. This
percent of users whom chose not to disclose this type of information is stable
across other questions like Gender (2.5%), etc.
- Compared to the last surveys
Third Survey and
Second Survey), the percent of respondents without impairments has remained quite stable.
For the Third Survey, 91.8% reported no disabilities and for the Second Survey, 95%
reported no disabilities.
By Access Time
Table of Data for All Categories
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GVU's WWW Surveying Team
Graphics, Visualization, & Usability Center
College of Computing
Georgia Institute of Technology
Atlanta, GA 30332-0280