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STUDY SHOWS THAT AMERICANS PREFER SMARTPHONES TO SEX

STUDY SHOWS THAT AMERICANS PREFER SMARTPHONES TO SEX
Only 20 percent of Americans say they can’t live without sex — a figure that trails those who think they’d die without their phone. Smartphones are now sexier than sex. Americans would rather skip the act than give up their phones, televisions or Internet connections, a new study says. Just 20 percent of those surveyed said they couldn’t live without sex. That trails 26 percent who’d just die without their phones, 23 percent who say they’ve got to have their televisions and 28 percent who consider Internet a life necessity. Practicality still reigns as 73 percent chose food. But if Americans are forced to choose between getting it on and getting around, a solid 42 percent will pick their car. The poll, conducted by Harris Interactive, surveyed people about the role of technology in their lives. An overwhelming 86 percent believe their gadgets have improved their lives, and 69 percent think technology enhances their social life. But some of the results sounded like the plot of “Her,” the Spike Jonze film about a lonely writer who falls in love with his operating system. Just 45 percent of people thought they couldn’t live without their spouse.