An unscientific survey by Hunch, a site that makes recommendations based on detailed user preferences, found that Mac users tend to be younger, more liberal, more fashion-conscious and more likely to live in cities than people who prefer PCs.
Well, I have, and have always had, Macs. I am well over 65 years old, conservative, wear jeans and a tee shirt most of the time, and live on top of a mountain in North Carolina. But, then again, they didn't ask me in the survey.
From the same article:
The results suggest Mac users can be seen, depending on your perspective, as bolder and more creative -- or elitist and more pretentious
"I fit the typical Mac user on every count. Guess I'm not as unique as I thought. Depressing," wrote one commenter on Hunch's blog.
I made that same point several posts ago. They all think they are being individualists, but they are just another flock of sheep, worshiping an inferior product line!
"Apple has ridden the success of such high-profile products as the iPad and iPhone 4 to become the world's most highly valued tech company. Despite that hot streak, Hunch found that slightly more people in its new report -- 52%, up from 50% a year and a half ago -- now identify themselves as PC users