I think if you asked this question on YouTube, you'd get a very different answer. Of course, many people still love to read - even read books - as a way of life, as a way of learning, or as a hobby. But it is fewer and fewer. I've heard that 95% of books (other than fiction) are bought by only 5% of the people in the US, and I bet that's true. Reading is going out of fashion, for sure. Both literacy, and using literacy to enjoy life or improve ourselves, is a rare thing these days. Some people have truly switched to reading on electronic devices or computers, so reading of books is dropping even faster than reading in general. I just learned that most retiring baby boomers are looking to the Internet for health tips, not to books. That's a big change.
So, as individuals, we hubbers read a lot - but we're all writers, too! As a society in general, we are less literate, we are reading less, and we read fewer printed books.