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The habits of the British book reader (infographic)

Lovereading, a popular UK-based book discovery site, has published a new (and, again, very interesting) infographic on their blog. This time it’s based on a mini-poll conducted among Lovereading visitors.

The infographic, designed by Datadial, takes a closer look at the habits of British book lovers.

While reading in bed is something every nation could claim as a favorite place and time to read (62% of the respondents), readers in UK very much like to read in bed – in the morning. As much as 7% do that, a similar level to bath-reading lovers.

Over 60% of British readers spend more than 5 hours with a book each week. A good thing is to compare the result with other nations in this infographic.

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The habits of the British book reader - infographic

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