Seven out of ten Americans are comfortable with IoT tech in the home

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More electrical products in the home are controlled with Alexa than any other smart product according to a new survey

Louisville, KY-based market intelligence company Traqline has released the results of its bi-annual survey about smart homes.

It surveyed 2,045 consumers across 25 smart home categories such as: air cleaners, coffee makers, dehumidifiers, door bells and locks, garage door openers, home security cameras, light bulbs, room air conditioners, smart hubs, smart plugs, televisions, thermostats, vacuum cleaners, and window blinds or shades.

The survey intends to capture the awareness, purchase, and intent to purchase of smart home products as well as the usage and frequency of the smart products in the home.

It is intended to measure attributes such as: why people

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