Vinyl buyers are lonely, middle-aged introverts, according to new study

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Market research company YouGov has released the results of a new study into the demographics of vinyl buyers in 2016, and the results are almost hilariously predictable.

The recent surge of interest in vinyl has led to supermarkets and chains stocking the decades-old format again after abandoning it in the 1990s, but contrary to a US study last year that has under-25s making up half of the punters, this UK study shows a different demographic. YouGov’s research actually puts the age range of the majority of vinyl buyers between 45 and 54, with 18 to 24-year-olds least likely to buy their albums on wax.

Even more interestingly,

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