A new survey finds the internet is dead and the internet’s biggest tech companies are losing money.
The results of a study conducted by the Pew Internet & Society Project show that 70 percent of those surveyed said they would be willing to pay less to access the internet.
However, that doesn’t mean they would give up all of their other digital tools to do so.
Instead, more than half of those polled said they are “likely to spend money on additional devices.”
The Pew Internet Research project polled a representative sample of over 1,000 Americans and found that the internet was “in decline” as of January 1.
The Pew report is titled The truth about the internet and what you need to know.
“Despite recent efforts to encourage consumers to use the internet more, it is clear that more people are still choosing to use traditional forms of communication over digital technologies,” the Pew report reads.
“This trend is particularly apparent among young people, who are much more likely to have smartphones, tablets and other digital devices than their elders.”
Pew also found that Americans are more likely than people in other countries to use a desktop or laptop computer.
The report said that 80 percent of respondents said they use a computer and that the number is growing.
The survey was conducted online between January 12 and January 16.
The report comes on the heels of another survey by the group last week that found that more than 90 percent of American adults said they prefer to work on their phones than they do on their computers.
The group also said that 73 percent of people prefer to do their work from home, which is a huge change from previous studies that showed that 83 percent of Americans would prefer to stay home with their children or other family members.