Mini Poll: An Apple A Day?

Do you have an iPhone?

Yes:
 42%
No:
 58%

Were you an iPhone "early adopter"?

Yes:
 20%
No, not at first, but I am now:
 14%
No:
 66%

Do you agree with the statement “iPhones are for old people”?

Yes:
 7%
No:
 93%

Do you intend to buy an iPhone5?

Yes:
 18%
No, I'm sticking with Android:
 12%
No, I'm sticking with BlackBerry:
 4%
No, I'm sticking with Windows Phone:
 3%
No, I'm sticking with my current iPhone:
 26%
No, I don't need a smartphone:
 21%
I don't know:
 16%

Is the iPhone5 the most anticipated new product of 2012?

Yes:
 8%
Yes, probably:
 38%
No, probably not:
 32%
No:
 22%

Will you line up outside an Apple Store to be among the first to have an iPhone5?

Yes:
 1%
No, but I will have one in the first 2 weeks it is available:
 6%
No:
 93%

What's next for your old iPhone?

Tossing it:
 1%
Saving it as a back-up:
 7%
Gifting it to a friend or family member:
 10%
Selling it:
 5%
Recycling it:
 4%
Using it, not getting a new one:
 24%
Don't have an iPhone:
 49%

Would you be more likely to buy an iPhone if it were manufactured in the United States?

Yes:
 26%
No, it doesn't matter that much to me where it's from:
 44%
No, it doesn't matter because key components — like the chips and the glass — are made in the US:
 30%

Will the outcome of the Apple vs Samsung case stifle or spur innovation?

Stifle:
 28%
Spur:
 47%
I haven't heard of the case:
 24%

Which presidential candidate does iPhone-user Nation prefer?

Obama:
 74%
Romney:
 26%

Note: Due to rounding, results for some questions may not total 100%.