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The number of people who have a negative reaction to electronic gadgets has risen over the past three years to more than 200 million, with a new report claiming many consumers hate them as well.

The report, by market research firm Market Intelligence, found that people are more likely to hate the technology if they use it at home than if they’re traveling or in a workplace.

It also found that many consumers are unhappy with the gadgets because they’re not as convenient as they could be.

According to the report, only 1% of respondents to a survey said they would prefer an electronic gadget that is not a smartphone or tablet, compared to 20% of the general population.

It found that those with the most negative reactions to electronic devices were also the people who spend most money on them, and those with high spending levels are also the most likely to be angry.

“If people are really worried about their personal privacy, they’re probably not going to like a device that is always on,” said Alex Ristevski, research analyst at Market Intelligence.

“They’re also not going and buying a device like an Apple Watch or an Android smartphone.”

Ristevskis research found that respondents who were highly dissatisfied with the quality of their electronic devices expressed a clear preference for them in stores and online.

People who were satisfied with the product’s performance and design expressed the most positive reactions, but also the least positive ones.

“When people are dissatisfied with a product, they feel that the product doesn’t deliver on its promises, doesn’t provide enough functionality, and sometimes they feel as though the device is worthless,” he said.

While it’s difficult to know what’s causing consumers to feel so negative about electronic gadgets, Ristekis said that people tend to react negatively to gadgets because it’s hard to understand the technology or what it’s capable of.

“It’s easy to see an object that is good for you, and a product that’s good for us, but it’s not that simple,” he explained.

“We have to be careful when we use a product because people are using it to get us something.”

Electronic gadget companies are increasingly targeting consumers in the developing world and the middle class, according to the research.

A growing number of smartwatches are being marketed as an alternative to a smartphone, and Amazon is now offering a variety of Android-based smartwands for sale.