Are Pinoys leading US broadband adoption?

I came across this broadband segmentation document (Microsoft Word) from the US Internet Industry Association. Without specifying the actual ethnicities or countries of origin, the study says:

Asian-Americans who speak English are one of the most connected populations in the country, with nearly 85 percent of the English-speaking Asian-American population online. Internet penetration is significantly higher among Asian-Americans than it is for all other ethnic groups. Asian-Americans are predominantly veteran users who use the Internet more often and for a longer duration than other ethnic groups.

By comparison, only 74% of white Americans go online. How much of this Asian-American population is Pinoy? It could be those who are calling home:

Ethnic minorities were early adopters to VoIP technologies because of the low prices available for international calling.

Credit that to family ties between the US and the Philippines.

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