Ingham County broadband internet survey needs more participants

Officials are expanding a survey aimed at identifying which parts of Ingham County lack high-speed broadband internet through the end of August.

The Ingham County Superintendent’s office launched the survey, called the Ingham County Broadband Census, in early June. As of Friday, county superintendent Greg Todd said officials had received responses from 3,165 families — about 3% of the county.

“We’ve been really shooting around 5% to 7%, so we’re about 2,000 (families) far from where we want to be,” Todd said. “We’ve had good responses from rural areas, so that’s fine because that was one of our big concerns…but our responses in East Lansing, Lansing and some of the other urban areas haven’t been as good as we’d like them to be.”

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