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Coqon says German smart home interest unchanged since 2016

Tuesday 11 April 2017 | 12:07 CET | News
Only 15 percent of people in Germany aged 18 to 35 do not expect to purchase Smart Home technology, according to an opinion poll commissioned by the company Coqon from YouGov. Looking at every age group, 25 percent of respondents were not interested in networking their homes. Coqon said there is little change from its first survey in 2016, when 74 percent said they were interested in smart home products.

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