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My roommates and I are having a disagreement about what constitutes a reasonable or normal thermostat temperature for the winter. Internet research only yielded a bunch of links encouraging setting the thermostat lower to save energy.
What do you guys consider a "comfortable" temperature?
If some roommates want it colder to save money and others want it warmer and are willing to spend the money, what do you guys think would be a reasonable solution?
Can anyone find any actual data on average winter thermostat settings or something similar?