A large percentage of Americans have still not made smart automation a part of their homes – 2019 vs. 2017 surveys




A large percentage of Americans have still not made smart automation a part of their homes - 2019 vs. 2017 surveys

In the new research, 63%, compared to 45% in 2017 mentioned not owning a smart home solution at all. Among those who do, they opted for connected appliances (11%), smart thermostats (8%), and smart security systems (7%):

2019′ survey

2017′ survey

Home automation solutions – 2019 vs. 2017

It may be that a majority of American homeowners still think of smart home technology as something just for the wealthy. It could also be, that middle class American homeowners don’t realize how affordable smart home technology has become for them, or feel overwhelmed by all of the options out there. Whatever the case may be, the 2019 survey found that, statistically, American homeowners own 2.9 smart home devices per home on average, compared with an average of 3.4 two years ago.

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