E-Reader Sales Up, but Print Still Holds a Strong Grip: Pew
While the proportion of Americans who read e-books is growing, few have completely replaced print books for electronic versions, according to a survey of 1,005 American adults conducted by the Pew Research Center.
Most people who read e-books also read print books, and just 4 percent of readers are "e-book only," the report found. Audiobook listeners have the most diverse reading habits overall, while fewer print readers consume books in other formats.
The survey also indicated e-book readers who own tablets or e-readers are very likely to read e-books on those devices—but those who own computers or cellphones sometimes turn to...