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Nearly half of Americans claim they can’t survive without Wi-Fi

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NEARLY HALF OF AMERICANS CAN’T LIVE WITHOUT THEIR ELECTRONICS (48%) AND WIFI (46%).

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A SURVEY OF 2,000 ADULTS CONDUCTED BY ONEPOLL ON BEHALF OF WITHSECURE REVEALED OTHER TOP ESSENTIALS INCLUDE MEDICINE (55%), ELECTRICITY (53%) AND GASOLINE (51%).

THE STUDY EXAMINED VIEWS ON SUPPLY CHAIN ISSUES AND FOUND THAT NEARLY HALF (45%) OF RESPONDENTS SAY THESE ISSUES HAVE “SOMEWHAT AFFECTED” THEIR LIVES – FROM COST OF LIVING TO FINDING BASIC ESSENTIALS.

THE RESEARCH SUGGESTS THAT BRIGHTER DAYS MAY BE ON THE HORIZON – TWO IN FIVE AMERICANS ARE OPTIMISTIC THAT GLOBAL SUPPLY CHAIN DISRUPTIONS WILL GET BETTER. 

BUT CHANGE DOESN’T HAPPEN OVERNIGHT, A THIRD OF RESPONDENTS PREDICT SUPPLY CHAIN DISRUPTIONS WILL CONTINUE FOR ANOTHER TWO YEARS (34%). 

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