As it turns out, clones are perhaps a little more popular than we suspected. Indeed, a combined 12.31% of votes are accounted for by people who've owned a clone before, though 7.89% of those 12.31% were votes from people who say they weren't happy with the device. The remaining 4.42% say the actually liked what they got. Finally, as you can imagine, the overwhelming majority (87.69%) of consumers haven't ever interacted with copies of popular flagships.
Did you find the 12.31% figure to be surprisingly high, too?