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I nteresting conclusions about college kids and reading . Matt, Kyle, Paul. College kids like to laugh. 70% of surveyed indicated that they like reading humorous material Apparent through joke answers to survey questions. The Age of Technology .

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I nteresting conclusions about college kids and reading

Interesting conclusions about college kids and reading

Matt, Kyle, Paul


College kids like to laugh
College kids like to laugh

  • 70% of surveyed indicated that they like reading humorous material

  • Apparent through joke answers to survey questions


The age of technology
The Age of Technology

  • Surveyed students spend an average 3 hours a day or more “plugged in”

  • 64% of surveyed marked that they enjoy the internet over other forms of entertainment.


Reading stats
Reading Stats

  • Surveyed students read an average of 43.5 minutes a day

  • 1/3 indicate that they read less than 30 minutes a day

  • Students also marked they wished they had more time to read for pleasure


Learning to read
Learning to Read

  • 100% of students surveyed indicated either learning to read through school or by parents



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