Educated Indians are both more hopeful and more hopeless about technology

th higher levels of education are likely to be both optimistic and pessimistic about technology, a Pew Research study shows.

India was also among the countries to be most divided by education level when it came to perceptions of technology, showed the study, the results of which were published yesterday (May 13).

For example, 39% of Indians with less education said access to technology has “made people more divided in their political opinions.” However, among the more educated, the figure was much higher, at 60%. This 21-percentage point gulf is by far the largest among the 11 countries Pew studied, with the next largest one seen in Kenya with 15%.

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