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Variables vs. USF Funding Per Person (Low Income, High Cost)

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In this analysis, we visualized the relationship between several variables and funding by USF area (per person). We also included linear trend lines in each graph to generalize the relationships. To summarize, in general, the relationships make sense. USF areas with less % access to broadband, and less number of providers, etc. received less funding per person. In terms of demographics, poorer areas, and less educate areas receive more funding.
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Going forward, the FCC should look to increase the "steepness" of these trend lines by providing funding to areas with less availability and providers.
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In this dashboard,users may view data for a single Study Area or for all of the study areas in a particular state.
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