Ansys, a developer of engineering simulation software used to predict how product designs will behave in real-world environments, today is releasing results of a survey taken online in March of 2020. The sample included 16,037 adults 18-and-over, spanning four generations, from the U.K., U.S., DACH (Austria, Germany and Switzerland), France, Sweden, Japan, China and India. Questions ranged from whether or not they know what 5G is, to what concerns they have about the technology. To see the full survey results, click here.
Survey participants in all geographies most often selected “no concerns around 5G” from the list of provided responses.
- 46 percent of respondents from Sweden have “no concerns” versus from China (15 percent) and India (12 percent).
- 44 percent of baby boomers have “no concerns” versus 23 percent of millennials.
- Respondents, most notably in China and India, were most concerned that 5G will be “too expensive”; concern about battery drainage was a close second.
Other questions included:
- “Do you know what 5G is?”
- “Do you think excitement over 5G is overblown or warranted?
- “When do you expect to have access to 5G?”
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