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Poles less interested in culture: study

13.02.2020 07:30
Poles are going to the cinema, theatre and to concerts less often, according to a survey.
Image by Alfred Derks from Pixabay
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The study by pollster CBOS found that Poles also read fewer books last year than in 2018.

The results bucked a trend over recent years that had seen cultural events growing in popularity.

Nevertheless, Poles were drawn to cultural activities in greater numbers in 2019 than eight years earlier, state news agency PAP reported.

The number of people who went to the cinema last year fell three percentage points to 53 percent, while attendance at theatres dropped by the same amount to 21 percent.

Sixty-one percent of Poles read a book for pleasure last year, down 6 percentage points on 2018, PAP reported.


Source: PAP