Italy: choosing new books to read 2011-2015

This statistic illustrates the most popular ways to choose new books to read among those attending the Piú libri piú liberi book fair in Rome in 2011 and 2015. The survey suggests that seven in ten respondents usually chose what to read next based on their interests. The importance of internet sources as social networks and blogs decreased by almost 20 percent within the considered year.

How do you usually choose what to read next?

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Release date

December 2016



Survey time period

2011 and 2015

Number of respondents

503 respondents

Special properties

Visitors of Rome Book Fair

Supplementary notes

The source does not provide any information regarding the survey type.
The source does not provide the original wording of the question posed during the survey. The wording of the question chosen for this statistic may therefore differ slightly from the original.

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