The U.S. just can't seem to keep up in the global broadband race. The Organization for Economic Cooperation & Development ranked the U.S. 15th out of 30 countries for broadband connections. Though 70 million people in the U.S. are connected, and the number of connected residents was up by 20% last year, according to the OECD, that only amounts to 23 out of every 100 residents. Denmark, which ranked first in the OECD survey last year, repeated as champion. The top five countries in the OECD survey all had per-capita penetration rates of better than 30%.
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