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Affordable Connectivity Program Enrollment Visualization

The Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP) Enrollment Visualization is a Federal Communications Commission (FCC) program that alleviates the cost burden of essential broadband connection and internet-connected devices for low income households.

The map allows users to investigate the percentage of ACP enrollment participation by ZIP code, and is updated when new data is made available. Average participation in the ACP by ZIP code is approximately 17% (calculated from USAC Enrollment Data as of 5/01/2022). Total participation as a share of national eligibility is estimated to be 27% for the same data period (see methods FAQ for additional explanation).

Other features of the ACP Visualization include Rural LISC Digital Navigator partner site locations, terrestrial broadband access and the Digital Divide Index (DDI). The DDI gives a visual representation on how deeply each neighborhood is impacted by the digital divide on a scale from 0-100.

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