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Digital inclusion at the national level is 73.2, increasing from 71.1 in 2021.

The divide between capital cities and the rest of Australia remains marked. In 2023, areas outside state and territory capitals recorded a score of 3.4 points less than the national score, and 5.0 points less than capital cities. Digital inclusion decreases with remoteness, particularly in Access and Digital Ability.

In 2023, all states and territories record scores between 69 and 78. The Northern Territory records the lowest score (69) and the Australian Capital Territory continues to record the highest (78).

Help: The ADII measures Affordability as a ratio of the potential cost for a quality Internet Bundle to the distribution of  household income. To present a metric that is consistent  with Access and Digital Ability, we convert this ratio to a score between 0 and 1 that is multiplied by 100. See the Affordability page for further interpretation of this measure in relation to what is considered affordable and unaffordable.

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No special collection was undertaken for this area for this year and results obtained should be treated with caution due to very small sample sizes

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