Well, lookie here. According to new report, more women than men own a game console… The data below comes from the Pew Research Center:
Game console ownership has remained consistent since Pew Research last polled about the device in 2010. Today, 40% of adults report having a game console such as an Xbox or PlayStation. Those whose households earn less than $30,000 annually are less likely to own a game console – a third have one, compared with 54% of adults from households earning $75,000 or more a year.
There are also differences by educational attainment – 54% of adults who have some college experience own a game console, a higher share than college graduates (37%), high school graduates (35%) and those who have less than a high school diploma (21%). Younger adults are also more likely than their elders to own a game console, while there are no differences based on gender or race and ethnicity.