U.S. consumers' magazine reading habits on vacation in 2011, by gender

How, if at all, do your magazine-reading habits change when on summer vacation?

by Statista Research Department, last edited Jul 28, 2011
U.S. consumers' magazine reading habits on vacation in 2011, by gender This graph provides information on U.S. consumers' magazine readings habits while on vacation as of July 2011, broken down by gender. During the survey, 20 percent of male respondents stated they read more magazine when on summer vacation.
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How, if at all, do your magazine-reading habits change when on summer vacation?

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