If you care, the best answer I found is here: http://standby.lbl.gov/summary-table.html
But it's not going to change my life. I already have my TV, VCR and DVD player on a power strip that I turn off when they are not in use. Same for my computer, monitor, scanner and printer. The debate controversy was my blender. And, tada -- I found two websites that both unequivocally state that blenders that don't have "instant on" and LCD features do not draw power when they are off. OFF is OFF. Here's a good website that debunks popular energy myths: http://www.nbpower.com/html/en/conservation/save_energy/myths.html
I think my time might have been better spent at a yoga class.