A large number of people would rather give up sex or TV for two weeks than forego the Internet for the same length of time, according to an online survey scheduled to be released next week.
The Intel Corp. (NASDAQ: INTC) survey of 2,119 adults in November found that 46 percent of women and 30 percent of men would rather give up sex than go without the Internet for two weeks.
For women aged 18-34 the number was 49 percent, and for women aged 35-44 it was 52 percent. For men aged 18-34, it was 39 percent.
The survey showed 61 percent of adult women would give up watching TV for two weeks instead of giving up access to the Internet for only 1 week, and more than half of all U.S. adults (58 percent), both male and female, agree.
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