Q. How regularly do you play this instrument / these instruments in your home?
|BASE: PLAY AN INSTRUMENT||Total||Gender||Age Group|
|More than once a week||38%||38%||37%||38%||35%||42%|
|2-3 times a month||20%||20%||21%||24%||21%||10%|
|Once a month or less||17%||15%||21%||13%||14%||36%|
- Two-fifths (38%) of participants play their instrument/s more than once a week, 21% play them daily and another 20% say they play 2-3 times per month.
- 5% of participants who can play an instrument, never play it.
- 18-54 year olds are more likely to play daily (24%) than participants over 55 (7%) – those over 55 tend to play once a month or less (36%, 13% 18-54).
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