How Often Do Americans Try To Unplug?

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These days, people seem to be surgically attached to their mobile devices, whether they are travelling to work on the subway in the morning or drinking a cold beer in the pub in the evening. Research from the Harris Poll shows that 45 percent of Americans do attempt to disconnect themselves from technology at least once a week or more. 16 percent attempt to distance themselves from their cellphone, email or television every day. Harris also found that 6 out of 10 people wish their family members would unplug from technology more often.



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