Americans Spending More Time Following the News: SECTION 3: NEWS ATTITUDES AND HABITS – Pew Research Center for the People & the Press

Little Change in Book Reading

Though the public’s preferences for how they get news may be changing, the percentages that say they read a book in the past day have remained largely steady in recent years. Just more than a third of the public (35%) says they read a book yesterday. That is little changed from 38% in 2006 – the last time the question was asked – and matches the number that said they read a book yesterday in 2004.

via Americans Spending More Time Following the News: SECTION 3: NEWS ATTITUDES AND HABITS – Pew Research Center for the People & the Press.

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