27 Jul, 2016 @ 17:00
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New poll shows Spaniards much prefer a cafe to a museum

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SPANIARDS rarely visit museums or read a book.

In fact, only 30% ever visit exhibitions or a library.

Meanwhile, some 40% have not read a book for at least a year.

In contrast, a study by the Center for Sociological Investigation (CIS) shows that 60% go to a cafe or bar at least once a week, while 20% of those visit every day.

At least the diet seems to be bringing happiness, with 70% putting happiness at over seven out of ten.

Ana DeJesus

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