March 24, 2011

The 6th Floor Blog
Of the 88 percent who noticed the New York Times Magazine’s design and section changes, 66 percent said that they liked them, while 23 percent weren’t sure and 11 percent did not like them. || How people read the magazine:
* 59 percent flip through and pick and choose articles
* 27 percent read issues from front to back
* 12 percent have another habit of reading
* 2 percent say they read back to front

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