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      Singles prefer smartphones, married couples own tablets, survey shows

      Digital marketing company, "The Search Agency," released a survey of more than 2,000 people, suggesting married couples are more likely to own a tablet, while single people prefer smartphones.

      According to CNN, the study finds 49 percent of single people said they own a smartphone, compared to 43 percent of married people.

      Forty-five percent of married people surveyed said they owned a tablet, compared to 36 percent of singles, CNN reports.

      The company suggests the ages of survey takers factored into the results.

      Read more at CNN.