Newspaper Circulation Statistics [Fresh Research]

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"In 2019, the New York Times had a daily circulation of about 443,000 hard copies."

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"In Japan, the highest circulated newspaper in 2019 was the Yomiuri Shimbun which circulated nearly 8.3 million copies."

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"British newspaper The Sun had an average daily print circulation of 1.26 million copies in 2020."

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"In the early 2000s, newspapers were more than twice as prevalent in US households as they were in 2017."

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"In 1940, Sunday newspaper circulation in the US averaged 32 million copies; by 2014, it had risen to 51 million."

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"In 2018, India’s Dainik Jagran was one of the most read newspapers worldwide, with 70.5 million readers per day."

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"Only about 2.5% of newspaper circulation was digital in Germany in 2020."

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"In Australia, the Sunday Telegraph had the highest circulation, with more than 309,000 copies circulated each Sunday in 2018."

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"In 2020, the Washington Post had over 3 million digital-only subscribers."

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"Malta’s The Sunday Times had a circulation of 27,500 copies in 2020."

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"South African newspaper Sunday Times had a circulation of 153,935 copies in the third quarter of 2020."

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"The New Zealand Herald’s average circulation per publication day in 2020 was approximately 100,214 copies."

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"Newspaper circulation in Bangladesh in 2020 included the Prothom Alo at 525,000 copies per day and the Daily Ittefaq at 215,000 copies per day."

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"In France, Le Parisien – Aujourd’hui en France, was the leading national daily newspaper in 2020, with over 210,866 copies sold on average every day."

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