Most Reading Countries in the World

NOP World, a marketing research company, analyzed the global “media habits” of people, that is, how much time they spend watching TV, listening to the radio, on computers and on the Internet (for non-work-related reasons), and reading. Based on these data, we have compiled a rating of most reading countries in the world. The results will surprise you!

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Most Reading Countries in the World

10th place. On average, Hong Kong residents spend 6.7 hours a week reading. (Photo: mokastet / flickr.com).

Interestingly, on average, every week around the world, people spend 16.6 hours watching TV, 8 hours listening to the radio, 6.5 hours reading, and 8.9 hours on computers and on the Internet (for reasons, not related to work).

Most Reading Countries in the World

9th place. Residents of Saudi Arabia and Hungary spend 6.8 hours a week reading a book. Photo: Budapest, Hungary. (Photo: Frans Sellies / flickr.com).

Most Reading Countries in the World

8th place. Residents of Sweden and France spend an average of 6.9 hours per week reading. (Photo: Thierry Beauvir / flickr.com).

Most Reading Countries in the World

7th place was taken by Russia. On average, Russians read 7.1 hours a week. This is a high figure that exceeds the global average of 6.5 hours. (Photo: Sergey Ponomarev / flickr.com).

Such high readability is facilitated by dynamically developing bookselling networks such as Bukvoed, which today is the innovator of the Russian book industry. Bookvoed is not only bookstores selling children's literature and books for adults, it is also book clubs, cafes for book lovers, an online store, radio, as well as a unique service for printing books on demand - Print-on-demand.

Interestingly, people in Russia spend an average of 8.9 hours a week on computers and on the Internet (which coincides with the global average); they spend 15 hours watching TV and 6.6 hours listening to the radio.

Most Reading Countries in the World

6th place. Czech. In this country, residents spend 7.4 hours a week reading. (Photo: Neal Wilson / flickr.com).

Most Reading Countries in the World

5th place. The inhabitants of Egypt are busy reading 7.5 hours a week. In the photo: Cairo. (Photo: Jorge Sanmartín Maïssa / flickr.com).

Most Reading Countries in the World

4th place. Filipinos read 7.6 hours a week. Photo: Mayon volcano. (Photo: Rex Montalban / flickr.com).

Most Reading Countries in the World

3rd place. China. Residents of the Celestial Empire spend an average of 8 hours a week reading a book. In the photo: Shanghai. (Photo: Jérémy / flickr.com).

Most Reading Countries in the World

2nd place. Residents of Thailand spend 9.4 hours a week reading. (Photo: Kenny (zoompict) Teo / flickr.com).

Most Reading Countries in the World

1 place. The most reading country in the world is India. On average, its inhabitants spend 10.7 hours a week reading books. (Photo: Partha Chowdhury / flickr.com).

And the least reading is the Koreans, who spend only 3.1 hours a week reading.

Keywords: World | Book | Reading | Science | People | Habit | Psychology

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