What people say about their reading habits
We wanted to know about reading habits in people's everyday life, so we conducted a survey to collect responses from various people. The results from the survey have been collected and analyzed and are broken down in this newsletter.
Do you like to read?
Out of 47 people that answered this question, 83% answered yes that they do like to read. Out of the 47 people, 17% of people do not like to read. These percentages transfer 39 people like to read and 8 do not. This is represented in the graph below.
Have you always liked to read or do you have to force yourself to read?
Out of the 47 people that took this survey, only 40 people responded to this question. Most of the people that responded said they always like to read. Which corresponds with the answers of the graph above about who likes to read. Thirty people always like to read and one said they have learned to love reading as an adult. Only four people have to force themselves to read. Three people love to read and sometimes have to force themselves to read. Two people stated that it depends on the book whether they enjoy to read or they have to force him/herself.
Do you read in your free time?
For this question, the most popular response was yes, with 69.6% of the surveyors saying that they do read in their free time. The other 30.4% of people chose that they do not read in their free time. Of the 46 responses submitted for this question, 32 people responded with yes and 14 people responded with no. This data shows that the majority of the people who took our survey prefer to read in their free time.
What was the last thing you read?
How many books do you think you own?
The below graph shows the results of 46 responses of how many books a person thinks they own. 58.7% of people stated that they own more than 30 books. 17.4% of people said they own 5-10 books. 10.9 % answered they own between 10-30 books. 2.2% was the lowest percent saying they own another amount than what was listed.