A study released Sunday finds that most Americans who do not use the Internet still have high expectations for getting information online — with those online having even greater expectations.

According to the telephone-based survey by the Pew Internet & American Life Project, 64 percent of nonusers expect to be able to find information in at least one of the following four categories — health care, government, news and shopping.

In fact, 16 percent of the nonusers say they would turn to the Internet first the next time they need health care and government information.