Online advertising company Permuto pulled data from the U.S. Census Bureau into a nice infographic comparing people's purchasing habits in-store vs. online, and it got us wondering: What do you buy online vs. in stores?
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According to the Census Bureau's data, the old brick and mortar stores are still responsible for the majority of sales in most of the categories, save for a few notable categories, including books, clothing, and electronics. Since Lifehacker readers are a more tech-savvy crowd than most of the public, we'd guess you tend more toward the buy online crowd. Are you more of a virtual shopper, or do you still prefer to touch and feel before you buy? It certainly varies depending on what you're buying, so tell us about it in the comments.