Posted on 01/16/2019 at 12:00 PM by Sadye Scott-Hainchek
A new poll commissioned by Rakuten Kobo found some uplifting news about Americans' reading habits.
Of the two thousand people surveyed, the New York Post reports, “as many as 86 percent feel they make a conscious effort to read in some way every day.”
The average respondent reported two hours of reading, in some way, per day — a figure that includes books, newspapers, and websites.
Bonus squee points for us: Our age demographic, those twenty-five to thirty-four, notched the most daily reading.
That group reads almost three hours a day, though members were the most likely to report that they didn’t have enough time to properly read books.
You can check out more observations in the New York Post.
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