Opinion of the benefits of reading in France as of 2015

Benefits of reading: opinion in France 2015 This statistic represents a breakdown of public opinion regarding the benefits of reading in France, as of 2015. It shows that almost all respondents considered that reading was a mean to deepen one's knowledge. However, they were more divided regarding reading as a way to better understand oneself: only 65 percent agreed with this statement.
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Fully agreeTend to agreeTend to disagreeFully disagree
Deepen one's knowledge72%25%1%2%
Open one's mind70%26%2%3%
Enjoy oneself69%27%1%3%
A way to escape65%26%4%5%
A way to relax65%30%2%3%
Pass time48%36%8%8%
Forget about the rest43%31%14%12%
Better understand the world around us42%40%11%7%
Exchange with other readers36%38%14%12%
Better understand oneself25%40%21%13%
Fully agreeTend to agreeTend to disagreeFully disagree
Deepen one's knowledge72%25%1%2%
Open one's mind70%26%2%3%
Enjoy oneself69%27%1%3%
A way to escape65%26%4%5%
A way to relax65%30%2%3%
Pass time48%36%8%8%
Forget about the rest43%31%14%12%
Better understand the world around us42%40%11%7%
Exchange with other readers36%38%14%12%
Better understand oneself25%40%21%13%
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This statistic represents a breakdown of public opinion regarding the benefits of reading in France, as of 2015. It shows that almost all respondents considered that reading was a mean to deepen one's knowledge. However, they were more divided regarding reading as a way to better understand oneself: only 65 percent agreed with this statement.
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Release date
March 2015
Region
France
Survey time period
February 3 to 11, 2015
Number of respondents
1,012 respondents
Age group
15 years and older
Method of interview
Computer-assisted telephone interviews (CATI)
Supplementary notes
This question was phrased by the source as follows: "For each of the following benefits that one may attribute to reading, could you tell me if you "fully agree", "tend to agree", "tend to disagree", or "fully disagree"?"

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