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June 23, 2009


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Nintendo Oui

21%?? Really??

That sounds like an awful lot! Knowing that for some age ranges, like the 55+, ownership must be extremely low (granted, if they DO own a video console, they probably own a Nintendo Wii), it is even more surprising...

... Or maybe 'ownership' is the crucial word here. Parents buy a Wii for their kids and never end up actually using it. When they fill in the Harris survey, they report **owning** one, but it is their kids, really.

The thing is, though, if that is true... what is the point of measuring ownership in adults? Wouldn't 'use' and/or 'purchase for kids' be more relevant?

Sudoku Print Puzzles

I'm not surprised. Even seniors play the Nintendo Wii.

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