The report is based on a randomized, national phone survey of 2,200 adults. It defined spam as “unsolicited commercial e-mail” from an unknown sender.
That said, spam is not universally hated.
About a third of people responded to a spam, seeking more information.
And 7 percent actually bought a product or service.
This makes me miss the days when it took a certain amount of technical savvy to use the internet…