Who’s got time to read anymore?

By | September 15, 2007

With information delivered via various mechanisms all fighting for our attention now, it’s no surprise that reading has become our least favourite waste of time.

According to a just released Associated Press-Ipsos poll, one in four adults in the United States didn’t read any books in the past year. Well, that probably explains George Bush.

The poll, conducted from August 6-8 and involved telephone interview with 1,003 adults, went on to say that the average American read only four books in the last year.

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