Rome, (Adnkronos) - In Italy, the reading loses terreno.I readers fall from 46% in 2012 to 43% in 2013. The decrease in the proportion of readers interested mostly men between 15 and 17 years (from 48.9% in 2012 to 39.4% in 2013) and women between 45 and 54 years (from 58.1% to 53.7%), but, overall, the gender differences in reading levels remain unchanged: the readers are 49.3% (51.9% in 2012), compared with 36.4% of male readers ( 39.7% in 2012). To shed light on these data is ISTAT in the report 'The production and reading books in Italian. Years 2012 and 2013 '.
In detail, the report highlights that continue to be more interested in reading books people with a college degree (77.1% in 2013 and 80.3% in 2012) but in proportion to the decrease in the share of readers interested in particular those with a high school diploma, which increased from 57.1% in 2012 to 53% in 2013. The largest proportion of readers, however, reaches a peak between boys and girls from 11 to 14 years (57.2%). Already starting from 18 years, when the level of school participation tends to decrease, the proportion of players drops below 50%, then fell sharply in the age group 65-74 (36.8%) and reach the value low among the population over 75 (22.5%). The Mayor points out that, in 2013, over 24 million people ages 6 and up, declare that I have read at least one book for reasons that are not strictly academic or professional. According to the Research Institute of the propensity to read depends on the school, but also from the family: read books 75% of children between 6 and 14 years with both parents, players, compared to 35.4% of those with parents who do not read. There are still regional differences: in the northern regions reads more than half of the population aged 6 and over (50.1% in the North West and 51.3% in the Northeast), while in the South and Islands, the share of readers is of only 30.7%. In the common center of the metropolitan area's share of readers is equal to 51.6% in those with less than 2,000 inhabitants down to 36%. The number of books read is still modest: 46.6% of the readers read more than three books in 12 months. The 'strong readers', ie people who read on average at least one book a month, 13.9% of the readers. Related:celine paris bagceline handbagsceline handbags barneyscheap replica celine bagsceline outletwhere to buy celine handbags