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More Poles reading books: report

22.04.2021 08:55
A total of 42 percent of Poles say they have read at least one book over 12 months, the highest such figure for six years, according to a new report.
Photo: Thorsten Frenzel
Photo: Thorsten Frenzel Pixabay licence

"We have reason to be cautiously optimistic," said Tomasz Makowski, head of the National Library, which published the report.

Makowski added that the number of Poles reading books had risen 3 percent over 12 months, and 5 percent over two years.

"We can therefore say that the negative, downward trend in reading in Poland has stopped," Makowski said.

The National Library report found that Poles are keener on traditional paper books than those in digital form.

(pk)

Source: IAR