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Most surveys are written with the intent of finding something out. The XKCD survey, written by stick-cartoonist extraordinaire Randall Munroe, doesn't have an end game — it's just trying to collect random information from as many people as possible, and then find unlikely correlations.
Our friends at The Loop found a pretty interesting survey that finds 34 per cent of all iPhone owners think their phones have 4G. Of course, the actual number of people with 4G iPhones is zero.
Surprising no one, it turns out Americans are watching porn at work. In a recent survey, 3 per cent of Americans who are online at the office reported watching porn from the comfort of their cubicles. Come on, people, we know better than this.
If you earn more than $75,000 a year in the US, you probably have a smartphone. That's not too surprising, but a lot of other information in this new Pew study of smartphone adoption is.
In a survey of 7000 16-to-30-year-olds, a not-entirely-surprising 53 per cent chose tech over their sense of smell. Most of us here at Giz picked tech, since we'd obviously be massively unemployed without it. When we put the question to you on Twitter, most of you agreed with us, though our readers might not be the most impartial audience.
Companies put out surveys to gauge customer interest in potential new features all the time, so TiVo asking if people would be interested in streaming live and recorded shows from their DVR to an iPad shouldn't be seen as an indication that it's going to definitely happen. But putting a Slingbox into a TiVo would be something that would convince a decent amount of users to upgrade to new hardware.