atw: Stats on how people learn - visual, auditory, kinesthetic

A little off topic, but can anyone point me to a website that has reputable stats on the % of information retained if it's presented in auditory format only (talking), visual only (eg overheads), auditory and visual, and kinesthetic (doing something)?


And also the breakdown in society of visual vs auditory vs kinesthetic people?

I've found one site that suggests visuals are 65% (but another suggesting 80% or 87%, written by a visual person :-)), auditory 30% and kinesthetic 5%.

Thanks,

Lee


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