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Printed books popular foundational status in the United States is hard to shake

In 2013 America's electronic reading rising trend, but in the printed book readers in the United States is still the most popular, according to interviews with more than 1000 adults earlier this month, the study found that in the past year, about 28% americans read e-books, up from 23% at the end of 2012.

Surprisingly, about seven americans still adhere to read print, after fell slightly in 2012, bounced by 4%.
At the same time, the research shows that most people who read the ebook is also compatible with paper books, only 4% of the readers is pure ebook reader.
The report says more and more americans read e-books, but few people completely replace printed books with electronic version.Print books is still the basis of the reading habits of americans.
Overall, 76% of American adults read a book in the past 12 months.The typical American adults in the past year saw or heard five books, all adults average 12 books.
At the same time, now about 42% of adults with their own tablet PC as a platform, the data about 34% in September, 2013.Research has also found that as the Kindle and Nook e-book reading devices of the number of adults rose from 24% in September, 2013 to 32% now.
Overall, 50% of americans now a dedicated handheld devices, or tablets, such as, or e-readers like the Kindle and Nook, reading electronic content.The figure in September 2013 is 43%.
(Gold Printing Group)
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