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Short take: Internet users watch less TV

A survey of U.S. Internet users conducted by research firm the Strategis Group indicates that Internet users watch less TV and have cut back on other activities. Of those surveyed, 64 percent watched less TV, 48 percent read less, 29 percent slept less, 26 percent spent less time with friends and family, 22 percent exercised less, and 18 percent worked less.

    A survey of U.S. Internet users conducted by research firm the Strategis Group indicates that Internet users watch less TV and have cut back on other activities. Of those surveyed, 64 percent watched less TV, 48 percent read less, 29 percent slept less, 26 percent spent less time with friends and family, 22 percent exercised less, and 18 percent worked less.