Two weeks ago we released an audio and eBook survey and asked you to tell us about your e-reading habits. We had 100 respondents, not enough to make any conclusions, but here are some of the patterns that emerged.
First of all, of the people who responded, 58% live in the Caribbean, 34% are immigrants or first-generation in their homeland, and 8% had no familial connection to the Caribbean. Most of the respondents were between the ages of 36 and 64 years old. We divided the results among these groups, just to keep things interesting.
For the question on the purchase of eBooks, 62% of Caribbean residents reported that they had not purchased an eBook this year. However, very few Caribbean resident respondents had purchased just one eBook which suggests that once they tried eBooks they got hooked and bought more.
The buying pattern was flipped for non-Caribbean respondents: 62% of this group had purchased between one and five eBooks.
If you are interested in learning more about the survey results, or would like to add your voice to the conversation, take the poll or leave a comment below.