March ABCs: Sundays

The Daily Star Sunday and the Observer may be polar opposites in Sunday morning reading but both slumped below circulations of 300,000 in March, according to the ABCs. (Source: MediaGuardian)


News of the World

Headline circulation: 2,664,363

Month-on-month change: -1.62%

Year-on-year change: -8.27%

 

Mail on Sunday

Headline circulation: 1,888,040

Month-on-month change: -1.9%

Year-on-year change:-3.31%

 

Sunday Mirror

Headline circulation: 1,063,096

Month-on-month change: -3.37%

Year-on-year change: -7.34%

 

The People

Headline circulation: 477,815

Month-on-month change: -2.14%

Year-on-year change: -10.21%

 

Daily Star Sunday

Headline circulation: 293,489

Month-on-month change: -2.93%

Year-on-year change: -14.14%

 

The Sunday Times

Headline circulation: 1,031,727

Month-on-month change: -1.32%

Year-on-year change: -7.19%

 

The Sunday Telegraph

Headline circulation: 481,941

Month-on-month change: -1.29%

Year-on-year change: -5.46%

 

The Observer

Headline circulation: 296,023

Month-on-month change: -2.14%

Year-on-year change: -10.7%

 

The Independent on Sunday

Headline circulation: 153,183

Month-on-month change: +0.26%

Year-on-year change: -0.71%

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(Source: POLIS)

 

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