The survey, which polled 1,000 consumers across the U.S., aged between 18 and 34, found that in the last year, nearly twice as many respondents had read a print book (79 percent), than an ebook on any device – the closest being a tablet (46 percent). Showing no strong allegiance, young Americans also reported reading ebooks on personal computers (37 percent), mobile phones (36 percent) and dedicated ereaders (31 percent). The personal touch is still of vital importance for millennials who would rather acquire printed books from chain bookstores (52 percent), used bookstores (45 percent) and public libraries (53 percent), as opposed to online retailers (40 percent). When purchasing ebooks, 57 percent of millennials would favor an ereading app with 42 percent acquiring ebooks directly from their ereading devices and 22 percent using subscription services.
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