Men like their HDTVs big, while women prefer them smaller, says new survey

Although a new survey from Panasonic reveals that one in four (about 26%) US households either owns or plans to own a HD (high definition) TV by the end of 2006, up from 15% last year, spouses are divided on what type of purchase should be made, according to the Consumer Electronics Association.

Historically, the decision on what kind of TV to buy has apparently rested with men, and nearly two-thirds (66%) of those recently surveyed by Opinion Research Corporation said the decision was still theirs.

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