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Internet Service in Kentucky

91.9% of Kentucky residents have wireline or wireless Internet at speeds of up to 10 Mbps available at their address, so high speed Internet is a possibility for most residents. In fact, more than 50% of Kentucky consumers have 3 or more ISPs serving their address, so competition in the market is reasonable.

However, the reality is that Internet options are less available in Kentucky than nationwide. Of the Internet technology in the Bluegrass State, DSL is available to 86.35% of the population, wireless Internet to 99.3%, cable Internet to 78.7% and fiber Internet to 10.6% of people. All of these represent percentages lower than the national average.

It’s no surprise that 34.2% of Kentucky residents are without an Internet connection to use.

Broadband in Kentucky

CityProvidersAvg. Landline Speeds (mbps)Avg. WiFi Speeds (mbps)State Availability Rank*Country Availability Rank*Broadband Score
Alexandria, KY127.83N/AN/A0.89N/AN/A37
Ashland, KY166.92N/AN/A0.72N/AN/A48
Bardstown, KY170.74N/AN/A0.14N/AN/A31
Bellevue, KY117.83N/AN/A0.89N/AN/A36
Benton, KY123.08N/AN/A0.19N/AN/A37
Berea, KY159.58N/AN/A0.23N/AN/A35
Big Creek, KY15N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A35
Bowling Green, KY204.72N/AN/A0.51256045
Bryantsville, KY15N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A28
Buckner, KY10N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A35
Burlington, KY10N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A36
Bush, KY13N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A31
Campbellsville, KY141.94N/AN/A0.51N/AN/A73
Carrollton, KY102.18N/AN/A0.04N/AN/A25
Central City, KY151.70N/AN/A0.04N/AN/A65
Columbia, KY130.62N/AN/A0.06N/AN/A29
Corbin, KY161.29N/AN/A0.27N/AN/A37
Covington, KY142.85N/AN/A0.51N/AN/A38
Coxs Creek, KY18N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A33
Crestwood, KY126.89N/AN/A0.18N/AN/A37
Crittenden, KY132.30N/AN/A0.08N/AN/A36
Cynthiana, KY120.39N/AN/A0.07N/AN/A27
Danville, KY172.53N/AN/A0.59N/AN/A30
Dayton, KY117.83N/AN/A0.89N/AN/A36
Elizabethtown, KY172.65N/AN/A0.31N/AN/A76
Erlanger, KY142.85N/AN/A0.51N/AN/A38
Fairdale, KY19N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A45
Fedscreek, KY10N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A38
Flatwoods, KY122.16N/AN/A0.13N/AN/A33
Florence, KY115.39N/AN/A0.59N/AN/A36
Fort Campbell, KY16N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A73
Fort Knox, KY18N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A76
Fort Thomas, KY117.83N/AN/A0.89N/AN/A36
Frankfort, KY134.09N/AN/A0.68N/AN/A37
Franklin, KY142.07N/AN/A0.41N/AN/A70
Garrison, KY12N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A26
Georgetown, KY131.64N/AN/A0.14N/AN/A37
Girdler, KY14N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A32
Glasgow, KY153.51N/AN/A0.10N/AN/A68
Grayson, KY140.31N/AN/A0.66N/AN/A41
Greenville, KY151.70N/AN/A0.04N/AN/A65
Harrodsburg, KY151.66N/AN/A0.11N/AN/A38
Hazard, KY111.17N/AN/A0.43N/AN/A28
Hebron, KY10N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A36
Henderson, KY122.15N/AN/A0.07N/AN/A32
Hillsboro, KY14N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A27
Hopkinsville, KY162.35N/AN/A0.34N/AN/A73
Independence, KY142.85N/AN/A0.51N/AN/A38
Keavy, KY14N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A33
Keene, KY12N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A28
Kirksey, KY15N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A39
La Grange, KY126.89N/AN/A0.18N/AN/A37
Lawrenceburg, KY121.69N/AN/A0.07N/AN/A28
Lebanon, KY160.55N/AN/A0.09N/AN/A29
Leitchfield, KY172.30N/AN/A0.06N/AN/A59
London, KY141.72N/AN/A0.17N/AN/A33
Louisville, KY208.83N/AN/A0.94155946
Madisonville, KY131.50N/AN/A0.08N/AN/A29
Mayfield, KY184.24N/AN/A0.13N/AN/A76
Maysville, KY111.32N/AN/A0.34N/AN/A26
Mill Springs, KY14N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A30
Monticello, KY150.08N/AN/AN/AN/AN/A31
Morehead, KY121.63N/AN/A0.89N/AN/A27
Mount Sterling, KY151.17N/AN/A0.28N/AN/A29
Mount Washington, KY1715.78N/AN/A0.14N/AN/A78
Murray, KY152.91N/AN/A1.34N/AN/A39
Nancy, KY14N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A36
New Concord, KY13N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A37
Newport, KY117.83N/AN/A0.89N/AN/A36
Nicholasville, KY134.18N/AN/A0.34N/AN/A29
Oak Grove, KY162.35N/AN/A0.34N/AN/A73
Owensboro, KY141.95N/AN/A1.12356138
Paducah, KY122.56N/AN/A1.39N/AN/A72
Paintsville, KY132.17N/AN/A0.06N/AN/A33
Paris, KY130.50N/AN/A0.09N/AN/A28
Pikeville, KY121.01N/AN/A0.04N/AN/A40
Princeton, KY111.59N/AN/A0.05N/AN/A30
Prospect, KY198.83N/AN/A0.94N/AN/A45
Raccoon, KY10N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A38
Radcliff, KY172.65N/AN/A0.31N/AN/A76
Richmond, KY179.58N/AN/A0.23N/AN/A36
Russellville, KY151.01N/AN/A0.08N/AN/A45
Scottsville, KY150.34N/AN/A0.06N/AN/A30
Shelbyville, KY153.44N/AN/A0.25N/AN/A40
Shepherdsville, KY1715.78N/AN/A0.14N/AN/A78
Somerset, KY146.86N/AN/A0.37N/AN/A36
South Williamson, KY12N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A40
Spottsville, KY10N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A31
Stanford, KY151.06N/AN/A0.02N/AN/A31
Symsonia, KY18N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A76
Union, KY115.39N/AN/A0.59N/AN/A36
Versailles, KY111.22N/AN/A0.49N/AN/A27
Vine Grove, KY172.65N/AN/A0.31N/AN/A76
Walton, KY105.39N/AN/A0.59N/AN/A36
Waynesburg, KY15N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A31
Willard, KY13N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A39
Williamsburg, KY141.29N/AN/A0.27N/AN/A35
Williamstown, KY132.30N/AN/A0.08N/AN/A36
Wilmore, KY134.18N/AN/A0.34N/AN/A29
Winchester, KY161.65N/AN/A0.12N/AN/A29
* availability only includes locations with greater than 50,000 residents
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Broadband Service in Kentucky

Since 2009, the Commonwealth of Kentucky Office of Technology has been awarded $5,302,717.00 in federal dollars for Kentucky's "Kentucky Broadband Initiative" program. Kentucky has awarded these monies to 9 organizations and departments within the state.

Clinton committed to building “21st century” infrastructure including water systems and broadband access in coal towns if elected president.