The Differences Between iPhone People and Droid People

The people over at recommendations engine Hunch.com analyzed data from 700,000 users to break down the differences between iPhone people and Droid people once and for all.

Thirty-two percent of respondents to Hunch's survey were iPhone people, 21 percent Droid people, and the rest were either BlackBerry folks or none of the above.

Like a good novel, the results are both surprising and reassuring of your expectations -- all at the same time.

For example, if you know what movie the girl pictured below is in, you're probably an iPhone person.

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Nicholas Carlson is a deputy editor at Business Insider. He is a regular contributor to Bloomberg Television's biography series "Game Changers."

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