The research was based on data from a survey conducted in November 2015 of 1,117 adults in the United States who commute to work by car.
Almost all respondents (97%) say they listen to audio while they are commuting, and 90% of commuters say they at least occasionally listen to AM/FM radio while in the car.
Other common media formats include CDs (62% listen to them at least occasionally while commuting), digital files (54%), streaming Internet radio (42%), streaming AM/FM radio (36%), SiriusXM (32%), audiobooks (19%), and podcasts (17%).
More than half (56%) of respondents say AM/FM radio is the audio format they listen to most while on the way to work.
Some 43% of commuters say that if they were forced to pick only one audio format to listen to on the way to work, they'd choose AM/FM radio.
About the research: The report was based on data from a survey conducted in November 2015 of 1,117 adults in the United States who commute to work by car.
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