December ABCs: Sundays

Richard Desmond’s Daily Star Sunday was the only national newspaper to record a month-on-month rise in a snow-hampered December.

(Source: MediaGuardian)

News of the World

Headline circulation: 2,600,985

Month-on-month change: -5.54%%

Year-on-year change: -6.83%

Mail on Sunday

Headline circulation: 1,951,783

Month-on-month change: -1.69%

Year-on-year change: -2.43%

Sunday Mirror

Headline circulation: 1,047,363

Month-on-month change: -2.12%

Year-on-year change: -5.92%

The Sunday Times

Headline circulation: 1,008,163

Month-on-month change: -4.2%

Year-on-year change: -9.44%

Sunday Express

Headline circulation: 544,870

Month-on-month change: -0.11%

Year-on-year change: -7.74%

The People

Headline circulation: 486,669

Month-on-month change: -3.18%

Year-on-year change: -8.64%

The Sunday Telegraph

Headline circulation: 490,322

Month-on-month change: -2.22%

Year-on-year change: -6.62%

The Observer

Headline circulation: 301,457

Month-on-month change: -4.4%

Year-on-year change: -14.12%

The Independent on Sunday

Headline circulation: 150,437

Month-on-month change: -0.33%

Year-on-year change: -3.23%

Daily Star Sunday

Headline circulation: 336,868

Month-on-month change: 1.6%

Year-on-year change: -4.64%

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