Billions of pieces of content are created and shared every day on the Internet. So in this new digital age, can paper and ink still compete? A new study from Barna Group asks whether people still read books, and if so, how often—and why?
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Although a close call, U.S. adults prefer fiction (53%) slightly more than nonfiction (45%) when choosing a book. bit.ly/1jtUrY6
How many books a year do people read? Most Americans read fewer than 5 books a year. http://bit.ly/1GxJGz7
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