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Italy: share of book readers 2016, by Internet usage

This statistic represents the share of book readers aged 6 and older in Italy in 2016, by Internet usage. According to study results, book readers among daily Internet users accounted for 44.6 percent of respondents, while 54 percent of readers of wikis were also book readers. Among participants in chats, blogs, forums and newsgroups the share of book readers was just above 42 percent.

Share of book readers in Italy in 2016, by Internet usage

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Release date

April 2017

Region

Italy

Survey time period

2016

Number of respondents

24,000 respondents

Age group

6 years and older

Special properties

book readers

Method of interview

Questionnaire and personal interview

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