Survey Results: “Would You Stop Buying Books from to Save the Book Industry?”
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We Decided Not to Pursue a Boycott of Amazon

Based upon feedback, we determined it would be best to abandon the idea of boycotting Amazon’s Bookstore and to join the #readingblack movement. #readinblack encourages readers of all colors to read book written by Black writers and to buy those books from independent booksellers.

Readers explainations for “Why I would Boycott Amazon,” “Why I would not boycott Amazon,” and “Why I’m not sure.” Over 160 readers have commented. Join an effort to boycott Amazon’s Bookstore.

Prime Membership
  • Yes – 48%
  • No – 52%
  • 18-24 – 1%
  • 25-34 – 10%
  • 35-44 – 15%
  • 45-54 – 26%
  • 55-64 – 29%
  • 65 or Older – 14%
  • No Answer – 5%
  • Male – 10%
  • Female – 88%
  • No Answer – 2%
Buys More Than 10
Books a Year
  • Yes – 15%
  • No – 85%

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Printed: February 23, 2018, 4:41 pm
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