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Italy: number of graduates not reading books, comparison with France and Spain

Share of individuals with a university degree not reading books in Italy compared to France and Spain in 2014

by Statista Research Department, last edited Jan 1, 2015
Italy: number of graduates not reading books, comparison with France and Spain The statistic shows the share of individuals with a university degree not reading books in Italy compared to France and Spain in 2014. As of the survey period, in Italy 25.1 percent of college graduates did not read books during the last year.
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Share of individuals with a university degree not reading books in Italy compared to France and Spain in 2014

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