Google has released data showing the percentage of people in each state that have access to broadband Internet access, and the total amount of money they spend per capita.
The company has published the data for every state in the country.
In California, for example, there are a whopping 17.7 million broadband users.
That’s almost half the population.
In Washington state, the total number of broadband users is 17.5 million.
And in Hawaii, there’s only a tiny fraction of the population of the U.S.
A total of $2.5 trillion is spent per year by broadband providers.
In the U, most of that spending comes from AT&T and Verizon.
The other two largest providers, Comcast and Charter, are far smaller in numbers, and their spending is smaller than in California.
California’s biggest ISP, Cox Communications, has more than 9.6 million customers.
That includes all the subscribers to the state’s largest cable company, Cox Cable, which owns cable networks in all 50 states and the District of Columbia.
Comcast is a subsidiary of Charter Communications, which is the parent company of NBCUniversal.