US internet users are equally divided in their intentions to be plugged in or unplugged to the web while on vacation. Yet, according to research, most ultimately do connect to the internet regardless of gender or age.
In March 2016, Intel, along with MSI International, surveyed 1,504 internet users ages 21 to 54 in the US about their internet habits while on holiday.
Respondents were evenly split when asked if they had gone on vacation with the intention of being offline at some point in the past year. A disparity did exist when looking at gender: More than half (57%) of men said they did plan to be disconnected, compared to 44% of women. Read the rest at eMarketer.