Younger Americans’ Reading Habits and Technology Use | Pew Research Centers Internet & American Life Project

Reading HabitsOur previous research on younger Americans’ reading habits has shown that the youngest age groups are significantly more likely than older adults to read books, including print books; reading and research required for schoolwork contributes to this, along with a decline in overall reading rates for adults ages 65 and older.As a group, younger Americans under age 30 are more likely than those 30 and older to report reading a book in any format at least weekly 67% vs 58%. Adults ages 50-64 are least likely to report reading books on a weekly basis, followed by those ages 30-49 and those ages 65 and older.

via Younger Americans’ Reading Habits and Technology Use | Pew Research Centers Internet & American Life Project.

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