Consumer preference: fiction versus non-fiction books in England 2013

Do you prefer fiction or non-fiction?*

by Statista Research Department, last edited Mar 11, 2014
Consumer preference: fiction versus non-fiction books in England 2013 This statistic displays the preferred book types (fiction versus non-fiction) among respondents in England in 2013. Of respondents, 26 percent said they preferred fiction, while 44 percent reported liking a mixture of fiction and non-fiction.
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Do you prefer fiction or non-fiction?*

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