48% of UK users said they'd like a 3D TV but only 1% would be getting one this holiday. Mainland Europe numbers differ but reflect the same sentiments.
It seems the more northern parts of Europe are the least impressed, although cost is something that's putting most of everyone off getting 3D TV. About 500 British persons were in the Twenga poll and it was conducted in 6 different countries.
32 percent of Brits who aren't getting 3D TV said it was too expensive, 12 percent said it was simply not good enough yet and another 12 percent want another kind of television - perhaps switching to HD for the first time, or simply going bigger.
35 percent said they just don't want one - ouch. Sony hopes that in 5 years time we're all completely head-over-heels in consumer love with 3D technology, which I'm sure has nothing to do with them peddling their own line of 3D TVs.
Are you a 3D TV sceptic? Maybe you're already with the 3rd dimension? France, Germany, Italy, Spain and the Netherlands were all put off by cost and the lack of tangible benefit of 3D just yet. Germany, UK and Netherlands had the highest 'not for me' percentile.