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How much are you willing to pay for a new smartphone?

Posted April 15, 2019 through April 22, 2019 (243 Votes)
I'll pay $1.5K or more for the latest iPhone or Galaxy flagship phone.
1.65%
I want the latest model, but I can't see paying more than $1K for a phone.
13.58%
I'm content to buy a slightly older model in the $500 - $750 range.
18.93%
I don't need an iPhone or Galaxy. I can find a really good phone for $350 or less.
33.33%
Phone prices are ridiculous. I won't pay more than $100.
23.05%
I don't have or want a smartphone.
9.47%


How important is it to you that the brick-and-mortar stores you patronize have an online channel?

Posted April 8, 2019 through April 15, 2019 (76 Votes)
Very important - I don't want to be limited to a physical store's inventory.
18.42%
Very important - I want to be able to pick up and return online purchases at a store.
18.42%
Somewhat important - I like to research online before shopping.
42.11%
Not important - I shop online and offline, but stores don't need to offer both.
18.42%
Not important - I rarely or never shop online.
2.63%


What is your impression of the safety of riding in an Uber or Lyft?

Posted April 1, 2019 through April 8, 2019 (150 Votes)
I am no more concerned about safety in an Uber or Lyft than I would be taking a cab.
32.67%
I'm comfortable enough if I'm with someone. I wouldn't want to be the only passenger.
9.33%
Safety is potluck -- the drivers are not properly screened and licensed, and the vehicles aren't easily identifiable.
16.00%
Safety is the main reason I will never use these services.
14.00%
I do not plan to use Uber or Lyft, but safety is not the main reason.
28.00%


When using a search engine, how often do you look beyond the first page of results?

Posted March 25, 2019 through April 1, 2019 (185 Votes)
Never -- There's always enough information on the first page to meet my needs.
4.32%
Rarely -- There's usually enough on the first page, but sometimes I want to see more.
20.00%
Occasionally -- If there are too many paid-for results, or if I don't find an answer on the first page.
36.22%
Often -- Even if there's enough information on the first page, I like to know what else is available.
25.41%
Always -- First page search results are rigged; I don't want to be limited to what an algorithm highlights.
14.05%


Has technology made transportation more or less safe?

Posted March 18, 2019 through March 25, 2019 (81 Votes)
Traveling by all modes of transportation has become riskier with each passing year.
8.64%
In general, transportation safety has been improving steadily, despite some failures.
53.09%
Some modes of transportation have been improving while others have become less safe.
8.64%
We may have reached a tipping point where more tech means less safety.
9.88%
Don't blame the tech -- greedy companies haven't done adequate testing.
17.28%
Government regulators have not been playing a strong enough oversight role.
2.47%


What is the biggest problem with the Internet today?

Posted March 11, 2019 through March 18, 2019 (163 Votes)
Facilitation of criminal activities
6.75%
Rampant spread of misinformation online
25.15%
Stressful exchanges on social networks and in forums
1.23%
Bullying and exploitation of children
1.23%
Offensive advertising tactics, including clickbait
12.27%
Too much time taken from healthier activities
12.27%
Loss of privacy
41.10%


How likely are you to turn to e-commerce for everyday grocery shopping?

Posted March 4, 2019 through March 11, 2019 (124 Votes)
I regularly order groceries online and I like the experience.
14.52%
I order some nonperishables but I wouldn't order fresh food online.
12.10%
I'll occasionally order specialty and gift items but that's about it.
10.48%
I've tried ordering groceries online but it's not for me.
2.42%
I'm interested in ordering groceries online and I expect to try it soon.
8.87%
I can't imagine ordering my groceries from a website.
29.84%
I won't order groceries online because it would destroy local shops.
21.77%


What do you think of foldable smartphones -- particularly Samsung's new $1,980 Galaxy Fold?

Posted February 25, 2019 through March 4, 2019 (148 Votes)
A folding display is an amazing innovation, and I would love to own one.
6.08%
The foldable concept is cool but they're not ready for prime time.
10.14%
I'll be eager to use one when the price is cut at least in half.
28.38%
I expect there will be a lot of technological glitches with this form factor.
12.16%
As phones, these foldable devices are too big and thick.
7.43%
I want a phone that does the basics well -- foldables are gimmicky.
31.76%
A foldable is a good idea, but I'll wait for Apple to perfect the design.
4.05%


Where do you most often get your news online?

Posted February 18, 2019 through February 25, 2019 (95 Votes)
High-profile blogs
4.21%
Local newspaper websites
7.37%
Major newspaper and magazine websites
13.68%
News aggregator websites
28.42%
Online-only news and magazine websites
23.16%
Social networks
7.37%
TV network/program websites
15.79%


What do you see as the biggest obstacle to mainstream adoption of video calling?

Posted February 11, 2019 through February 18, 2019 (100 Votes)
Too many steps are required to reach a contact.
4.00%
Video quality is often poor -- dropped calls, frozen images.
21.00%
There's no advantage to face-to-face communication in most cases.
13.00%
Too many people feel uncomfortable on live cameras.
29.00%
There are too many security and privacy issues.
18.00%
The trend is away from personal engagement and toward texting.
3.00%
The obstacles are fading, and video calling is well on its way to adoption.
12.00%


How do you view technology's role in combating global warming?

Posted February 4, 2019 through February 11, 2019 (93 Votes)
High-tech solutions are critical to save Earth from the worst effects of climate change.
12.90%
Technology already is providing a lot of valuable solutions, such as electric cars.
3.23%
Technology has a role to play, but political will is much more important.
31.18%
The global warming issue is overblown, and no emergency measures are needed.
37.63%
Climate change has been accelerating so quickly that global disaster is now inevitable.
15.05%


What is your view of using high-tech methods to enforce U.S. border security?

Posted January 28, 2019 through February 4, 2019 (139 Votes)
An advanced system of cameras, radar, drones, sensors, etc., would make physical barriers unnecessary.
13.67%
Cutting-edge high-tech tools should be combined with physical barriers in critical areas.
31.65%
The existing system, which already utilizes technology and physical barriers, is adequate.
5.76%
Even with expanded use of high-tech tools, a coast-to-coast physical wall, built wherever possible, would be needed.
30.22%
Neither better technology nor more physical barriers would significantly improve security.
18.71%


Which of these online services would you hate most to lose?

Posted January 21, 2019 through January 28, 2019 (258 Votes)
Amazon
31.40%
Facebook
4.65%
Instagram
6.98%
LinkedIn
6.20%
Pinterest
3.49%
Twitter
2.71%
YouTube
44.57%


Which of these social networks appeals to you the least?

Posted January 14, 2019 through January 21, 2019 (170 Votes)
Facebook
42.35%
Instagram
6.47%
LinkedIn
11.18%
Pinterest
14.71%
Reddit
12.35%
Twitter
12.94%


How eager are you for the latest cutting-edge personal and home tech innovations?

Posted January 7, 2019 through January 14, 2019 (102 Votes)
Very -- I can't wait to see the big innovations on display at CES this week.
12.75%
Somewhat -- I like to see what's coming, but I'm not an early adopter.
13.73%
Mildly -- Some things excite me but most seem like gimmicks.
23.53%
Not at all -- I have no desire to acquire more personal or home tech.
18.63%
I'm not "eager," but it's important to be informed about the latest tech developments.
31.37%

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What is the state of the Linux desktop?
It's edging its way into the mainstream.
It's wildly popular -- but only with open source fans.
It's in trouble due to fragmentation.
It never had a shot in a Windows-dominated PC world.
It's too cumbersome for most computer users to bother.
I'm not familiar with the Linux desktop.
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