Survey: Internet More Important than Sex, Beer

According to a survey of men 18-45 conducted by TP-LINK, Internet access is more important than personal hygiene, sex and alcohol. 88.5% of respondents would choose their Internet access over vanities such as a mirror, toothbrush and toothpaste, and footwear...

According to a survey of men 18-45 conducted by TP-LINK, Internet access is more important than personal hygiene, sex and alcohol.



  • 88.5% of respondents would choose their Internet access over vanities such as a mirror, toothbrush and toothpaste, and footwear.


  • 92.5% of respondents would forgo alcoholic beverages and pub-grub for a year in favor of the Internet.


  • Almost two-thirds (64.0%) of respondents would give up sex for a week before they would give up their ability to get online.




The survey was conducted online by Holos Research on behalf of TP-LINK on March 29 and 30. A total of 200 men were polled, with a survey confidence level of 99% accuracy. Full survey results are available at http://www.tplink.com/en/press/detail.aspx?id=2784.
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