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In a study from Pew Research Center’s Internet & American Life Project it’s been found that Americans who are members of a Church or other religious organizations are more likely to use the internet, have broadband in their homes, and text from cell phones, than individuals who are not apart of a religious group.

The study — conducted among 2,300 Americans about their membership in 28 different kinds of organizations and clubs — found that 79% of Americans who are active in religious groups are Internet users, compared with 75% of those not involved with religious groups. Also 86% of Americans who belong to religious groups own cell phones and use email (75%), compared with 80% and 68%, respectively, of those not involved with religious groups.

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