April ABCs: Express is the big winner on Sundays

The Sunday Express posted a 12.84 per cent month-on-month upturn in its circulation along with a 4.76 per cent gain on the same period in 2010.

The Sunday Telegraph was also up on March, by 5.73 per cent, although it was down 0.12 per cent year-on-year. The Daily Star Sunday, Sunday Mirror and Mail on Sunday also each recorded month-on-month rises of 3 per cent or greater. Read on for the figures in full.

(Source: MediaGuardian)

News of the World

Headline circulation: 2,606,397

Month-on-month change: -2.18 per cent

Year-on-year change: -10.30 per cent

Mail on Sunday

Headline circulation: 1,944,724

Month-on-month change: +3 per cent

Year-on-year change: -1.94 per cent

Sunday Mirror

Headline circulation: 1,097,434

Month-on-month change: +3.23 per cent

Year-on-year change: -2.37 per cent

The Sunday Times

Headline circulation: 1,018,215

Month-on-month change: -1.31 per cent

Year-on-year change: -10.30 per cent

Sunday Express

Headline circulation: 601,666

Month-on-month change: +12.84 per cent

Year-on-year change: +4.76 per cent

The Sunday Telegraph

Headline circulation: 509,557

Month-on-month change: +5.73 per cent

Year-on-year change: -0.12% per cent

The People

Headline circulation: 480,196

Month-on-month change: +0.50 per cent

Year-on-year change: -9.42 per cent

Daily Star Sunday

Headline circulation: 309,237

Month-on-month change: +5.37 per cent

Year-on-year change: -11.19 per cent

The Observer

Headline circulation: 302,975

Month-on-month change: +2.35 per cent

Year-on-year change: -8.68 per cent

The Independent on Sunday

Headline circulation: 154,227

Month-on-month change: +0.68 per cent

Year-on-year change: -8.28 per cent

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