Here are some of the results of that survey:
The results showed that though 44% of respondents had read a book digitally, only 19% had bought one. The majority of respondents said that e-books should be priced at the same cost as a paperback book (30.1%), or cheaper (53.6%).To read more results from the survey, be sure to click over and read the full article.
Over 67% of the 1,080 respondents who completed the survey said that book trade professionals should re-skill to take advantage of digital media.
Almost 70% of those surveyed said that interoperable e-book formats and devices would be key to the growth of digital publishing.
The majority of respondents said that less than 10% of current sales were from e-books (47%). But by 2025 16% said that more than 51% of sales would be from digital content, whereas just 5% said the electronic market would be less than 10% of total sales.