Where do people keep their voice-activated speakers?

52% of people keep their voice-activated devices in common rooms; 25% of people keep voice-activated devices in the bedroom; and 22% keep voice-activated devices in the kitchen
Google/Peerless Insights, “Voice-Activated Speakers: People’s Lives Are Changing,” n=1,642, U.S. monthly active voice-activated speaker owners (Amazon Echo/Dot and Google Home), A18+, Aug. 2017.

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