- 1 How many books do Millennials read a year?
- 2 What is Gen Z reading?
- 3 Which generation reads the most?
- 4 Do Millennials read more than boomers?
- 5 What age reads the most?
- 6 What books should I read in 2020?
- 7 What do Gen Z like to read?
- 8 Does Gen Z read?
- 9 What outlets do Gen Z read?
- 10 Do Millennials outnumber baby boomers?
- 11 What is current generation called?
- 12 What’s the generation after the millennials called?
- 13 Do Millennials read less?
How many books do Millennials read a year?
It also turns out that Millennials are fairly voracious readers: They read an average of five books per year (the average American reads four), and are more likely to visit a public library than any other generation.
What is Gen Z reading?
Generation Z is most likely to read fantasy (53 percent), young adult fiction (49 percent), romance (49 percent), horror (36 percent), science fiction (32 percent), short stories (27 percent), and graphic novels (19 percent).
Which generation reads the most?
Millennials are the most voracious readers, with 80% of Millennials having read a book in the last 12 months. They are also the biggest library-goers of the five generations.
Do Millennials read more than boomers?
Millennials read the most books. Physical books are preferable over digital books for every generation. Baby Boomers and the Silent Generation find their book ideas on bestseller lists, while Gen Z looks to social media.
What age reads the most?
Book readers in the U.S. – additional information In regards to age of book readers in the country, a 2016 survey shows about 80 percent of respondents between the ages of 18 to 29 had read at least one book in the previous 12 months, the highest share amongst all age groups.
What books should I read in 2020?
Here, the best fiction books of 2020.
- The Mirror & the Light, Hilary Mantel.
- A Children’s Bible, Lydia Millet.
- Homeland Elegies, Ayad Akhtar.
- I Hold a Wolf by the Ears, Laura van den Berg.
- A Burning, Megha Majumdar.
- Deacon King Kong, James McBride.
- Where the Wild Ladies Are, Aoko Matsuda.
- Breasts and Eggs, Mieko Kawakami.
What do Gen Z like to read?
Gen Z prefers fantasy to other genres. Millennials read more books than other generations. Gen X reads more online news than other generations. Baby Boomers rely on best-seller lists to find their books.
Does Gen Z read?
They might have grown up with screens as their norm, but yes, Gen Z does read books. (Though admittedly, some of that book reading is also taking place on screens thanks to ebooks.) In fact, YPulse’s hobbies and passions survey shows that over half of Gen Z have read a book within the last week.
What outlets do Gen Z read?
Some 28% of online news consumers globally start their news journeys via a website or app, with a further 26% primarily coming across news via social media, per the latest Digital News Report [pdf] by the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism.
Do Millennials outnumber baby boomers?
Millennials were the largest generation group in the U.S. in 2019, with an estimated population of 72.1 million. Born between 1981 and 1996, Millennials recently surpassed Baby Boomers as the biggest group, and they will continue to be a major part of the population for many years.
What is current generation called?
Gen Z: Gen Z is the newest generation, born between 1997 and 2012/15. They are currently between 6 and 24 years old (nearly 68 million in the U.S.)
What’s the generation after the millennials called?
Generation Z – often referred to as Digital Natives or the iGeneration – is the cohort that comes after the Millennials and that is born somewhere between 1996 and 2012.
Do Millennials read less?
Second, reading may not be a priority, but Millennials do spend more time reading than older generations. According to fascinating interactive graphic by the New York Times, those over 64 spent by far the most time reading per day: 1 hour and 24 minutes.