Delaware reportedly has the nation's fastest broadband speed at 9.9Mb/s -- nearly double the US average. Rhode Island came in at a close second with 9.79Mb/s, New Jersey at 8.86Mb/s, Massachusetts at 8.65Mb/s, and New York took fifth at 8.43Mb/s. Interestingly, California, home to industry bigwigs like Intel and Apple, positioned at number eleven with an average speed of 6.64Mb/s.
Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands brought down the US average of 5.1Mb/s. The two territories scored the worst with average speeds of 1.04Mb/s and 1.19Mb/s. Montana ranked the worst as continental states go, averaging 2.32Mb/s. Not far behind is Alaska at 2.34Mb/s, Idaho at 2.57Mb/s, Wyoming at 2.6Mb/s, and Hawaii at 2.97Mb/s.