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consisting of industry decision makers, influential early
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- Female: 3%
- 18 - 24: 9%
- 25 - 44: 65%
- 45 - 64: 21%
- Average Age: 40
- College Graduate: 71%
- Average Household Income: $128,000
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- Migrated because of performance-related issues: 53%
- Migrated because of price-related issues: 11%
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- Buy Linux products via mail order: 23%
- Buy Linux products via retail chains: 12%
- Buy Linux products via the Internet: 56%
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