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Where do you find yourself doing most of your work-from-home activities?

Posted February 15, 2021 through February 22, 2021 (121 Votes)
Attic or Basement
8.26%
Bedroom: Primary
20.66%
Bedroom: Secondary or Converted
19.83%
Den or Living Room
14.88%
Garage
1.65%
Guest House or Outside Structure
0.83%
Kitchen or Dining Area
9.92%
Library or Pre-Designed Office
14.88%
Spare Corner
4.13%
Studio
4.96%


Will you consider an electronic vehicle for your next automobile purchase?

Posted February 8, 2021 through February 15, 2021 (141 Votes)
Absolutely -- I already own an EV and I love it. I'll never go back to a gas-powered vehicle.
4.26%
Yes -- EVs are better for the environment, electricity is less expensive than gasoline, and maintenance costs are less than conventional cars.
24.11%
Possibly -- I like the advantages of EVs but I'm concerned about the range between charges, charging station availability, and the time it takes to recharge.
19.15%
Probably Not -- EVs are too expensive, charging station availability is inadequate, and there are not enough vehicles on the market to choose from.
41.13%
Definitely Not - I do not need or want to own any type of automobile.
11.35%


Should security cameras with facial recognition technology be permitted for use in public places?

Posted February 1, 2021 through February 8, 2021 (165 Votes)
Yes -- Facial recognition technology is an important tool for security, public safety, and to help law enforcement identify criminals and locate missing people.
15.15%
Not Yet -- The technology could be beneficial but still needs improvement to eliminate misidentification errors that do more harm than good.
13.33%
No -- The use of facial recognition technology in public places is an invasion of privacy, a violation of personal rights and freedom, and creates opportunities for fraud, ID theft and other crimes.
71.52%


What is your opinion of technology's place in the world?

Posted January 25, 2021 through February 1, 2021 (88 Votes)
Technology could be used to solve most of the world's problems if properly applied.
35.23%
Technology creates more problems than it solves.
6.82%
Some technologies are inherently good, and some are inherently evil.
17.05%
I accept technology's risks in order to enjoy its benefits.
18.18%
I'd like to go back in time to an era when technology was far less prevalent.
14.77%
I'd like to go forward in time to a more technologically advanced era.
7.95%


Which of these tech skills will provide the best career opportunities during the next five years?

Posted January 18, 2021 through January 25, 2021 (137 Votes)
Artificial Intelligence / Machine Learning
30.66%
Augmented Reality / Virtual Reality
0.73%
Blockchain
8.76%
Cloud Computing
5.84%
Cybersecurity
24.82%
Data Analytics / Data Science
10.22%
Digital Marketing
4.38%
Edge Computing / Internet of Things
1.46%
IT Support
5.84%
Mobile or Web Application Development
7.30%


Which of these topics being featured at CES 2021 interest you most?

Posted January 11, 2021 through January 18, 2021 (57 Votes)
5G & Internet of Things
28.07%
Advertising, Entertainment & Content
3.51%
Automotive Technologies
14.04%
Blockchain / Cryptocurrency
7.02%
Esports / Sports Tech
1.75%
Health & Wellness
3.51%
Home & Family
10.53%
Immersive Entertainment & Gaming
12.28%
Product Design & Manufacturing
7.02%
Robotics & Machine Intelligence
12.28%


What's your opinion of cryptocurrency as an investment vehicle in 2021?

Posted January 4, 2021 through January 11, 2021 (118 Votes)
I'm Bullish. Digital currencies will redefine finance and provide huge returns this year.
22.03%
I'm Uncertain. I like the upside potential, but price volatility, cybersecurity issues, and regulations are serious downside considerations.
27.97%
I'm Bearish. Cryptos have no inherent value and are too risky for me to consider.
27.97%
I still do not understand cryptocurrency enough to justify an investment.
22.03%


Which "technology new year's resolution" is most important to you for 2021?

Posted December 28, 2020 through January 4, 2021 (58 Votes)
Back up my data more often
24.14%
Get a password manager
1.72%
Learn more tech skills
34.48%
Revamp my desk/work area
8.62%
Set limits on my personal screen time
15.52%
Shop for less expensive wireless, Internet or TV service
8.62%
Use a contact tracing app to help fight the pandemic
1.72%
Use a wearable monitor to improve my fitness/health
5.17%


What is your opinion about government regulation of the U.S. tech industry?

Posted December 21, 2020 through December 28, 2020 (80 Votes)
Big tech companies abuse their monopoly power and must be kept in check.
53.75%
Stronger regulations to protect consumer data definitely are needed.
30.00%
Regulations stifle innovation and should be kept to a bare minimum.
5.00%
Over-regulation could give China and other nations an unfair advantage.
1.25%
Outdated antitrust laws should be updated prior to serious regulatory efforts.
7.50%
Tech companies should regulate themselves to avoid government intervention.
2.50%


Which Web browser do you believe is the safest to use?

Posted December 14, 2020 through December 21, 2020 (432 Votes)
Brave
13.19%
Chromium
3.94%
Firefox
30.79%
Google Chrome
13.43%
Internet Explorer
0.23%
Microsoft Edge
2.55%
Opera
2.55%
Safari
4.86%
Tor
15.74%
Vivaldi
12.73%


Which household chore would you most like to replace with a robot or autonomous device?

Posted December 7, 2020 through December 14, 2020 (87 Votes)
Cleaning Barbecue Grill
1.15%
Cleaning Rain Gutters
9.20%
Cleaning Swimming Pool
2.30%
Cleaning Toilets
10.34%
Cleaning Windows
16.09%
Folding Laundry
8.05%
Ironing Clothes
11.49%
Mopping Floors
13.79%
Mowing Lawn
17.24%
Vacuuming Carpets
10.34%


Which of these technology gifts would you most like to receive?

Posted November 30, 2020 through December 7, 2020 (88 Votes)
Portable Power Charger
4.55%
Remote Video Monitoring System
7.95%
Smart Speaker
3.41%
Smart Thermostat
3.41%
Smart Watch
7.95%
Streaming TV Player
3.41%
Video Doorbell
3.41%
VR Gaming Headset
26.14%
WiFi Signal Booster
15.91%
Wireless Earbuds / Headphones
23.86%


When considering an online-only dealer to purchase an automobile, which is most important to you?

Posted November 23, 2020 through November 30, 2020 (46 Votes)
30-day low price guarantee
0.00%
Comprehensive and verifiable vehicle inspection policy
2.17%
Extended warranty protection plan provided by the dealer
4.35%
Full money back return policy with no questions asked for at least a week after delivery
23.91%
The dealer has many outstanding reviews, and few or no complaints.
8.70%
I would not consider buying a vehicle from an online-only dealer.
60.87%


Which one of these services you used for the first time during the pandemic are you most glad you tried?

Posted November 16, 2020 through November 23, 2020 (169 Votes)
Contactless Payments
60.36%
Curbside Pickup
6.51%
Grocery or Meal Delivery
7.10%
Online Banking
1.78%
Remote Education
4.73%
Streaming Entertainment
1.18%
Telehealth / Telemedicine
7.10%
Video Calls with Family or Friends
5.92%
Video Meetings for Business
4.73%
Virtual Fitness Instruction
0.59%


How soon do you plan to get a COVID-19 vaccine when one becomes available?

Posted November 9, 2020 through November 16, 2020 (190 Votes)
I will get vaccinated as soon as possible, even if the overall effectiveness is not yet proven.
16.84%
I will wait long enough to be sure that the first groups of the population who are vaccinated experience no harmful effects.
37.89%
I will wait to find out if improved vaccines become available after the first batch is widely distributed to the public.
18.42%
I do not plan to get a COVID-19 vaccine.
26.84%

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Would you license your personal data to advertising platforms if you were paid directly for it?
Yes -- So much of my personal data is already in the hands of advertisers anyhow; I may as well be paid for it.
Possibly -- It depends how much I would be compensated and how the data I authorize to share would be used and protected.
No -- I would not sell my personal data at any price.
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