Bahamas has an internet penetration of 84.8 % so based on their total population of 392,718 people 333,143 are online, leaving 59,575 non-internet users.
Compare this to the American region which has an internet penetration of 66.0% with a total online population of 650,874,036 for the region as a whole.
Specific data on Bahamas is difficult to come by but based on the aggregate data for the American region and extrapolated results there are:
235,716 households (60.0%) with internet access at home
250,544 households (63.8%) with a computer
70,588 households (18.0%) with a fixed broadband subscription
304,727 households (77.6%) with an active mobile broadband subscription
424,542 (108.1%) mobile cellular telephone subscriptions
99,877 (25.4%) fixed telephone subscriptions
Bahamas is one of the countries which has higher total internet advertising growth and higher mobile internet penetration.
These countries usually have strong economies with established Internet advertising sectors. Extensive telecoms infrastructure prompted early consumer adoption of both fixed broadband and mobile internet access. Most fixed broadband markets are not yet saturated, leaving room for further wired internet advertising revenue growth as connectivity increases.
Sources: internetlivestats.com, itu.int, Global entertainment and media outlook 2015–2019, PwC, Ovum