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Mark Coker, a blogger at Smashwords, has just released some truly stunning and fascinating information about which states are consuming the most e-books.
His data is a riveting look at which states are not buying e-books, and which states are snatching them up.
And Mr. Coker's could have stopped there and called it a day, but he went on, taking the same data and compiling a state-by-state ranking according to per capita sales -- and this is where his data becomes stunning.
Wanna guess which state by far buys more e-books per capita than any other -- three books per person across the whole state! And you'll be floored to find out which state buys the fewest e-books in America. I'm proud to say my state came in third in per-capita e-book sales.
The answers are in the two data charts below, and you can see how your own state stacks up. -Caleb
You can read Mr. Coker's great commentary on his research here: