Print Book Reading Wanes as E-reader Usage Surges

Bookworms are choosing e-readers over hardcovers and softcovers more than ever, says a recent Pew Research Center study.

A month-long study found more Americans readers, ages 16 and older, are embracing e-readers. The number of traditional readers dropped from 72% to 67% from last year, while digital bookworms jumped from 16% to 23%.

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Okay...I'll bite. It sounds intriguing, but "72% to 67" and "16% to 23%" of WHAT?

Ha!

Not in this household.

Misleading

"Bookworms are choosing e-readers over hardcovers and softcovers more than ever" -- 23>67

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