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National newsbrand ABCs: Full figures for February 2019

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Newspaper print circulations fell across the board in February, new ABC figures show.

The Mirror titles continue to record the biggest year-on-year circulation declines, with the Daily Mirror, Sunday Mirror and Sunday People posting double-digit drops.

Free titles the Metro and London Evening Standard recorded the smallest year-on-year declines, falling by three per cent each.

National newsbrand circulations for February (source: ABC):

Publication Total circulation 
Feb 2019
Year-on-year % change UK & ROI circulation
Feb 2019
Bulks
Metro FREE 1,426,261 -3%
The Sun 1,362,205 -7% 1,353,483 108,403
Daily Mail 1,186,594 -8% 1,162,209
The Sun on Sunday 1,153,690 -7% 1,143,734 108,280
The Mail on Sunday 1,016,438 -6% 995,549
London Evening Standard FREE 859,943 -3%
The Sunday Times 707,917 -5% 687,283 78,208
Daily Mirror 493,614 -13% 486,458
Sunday Mirror 411,227 -16% 404,640
The Times 405,558 -6% 397,661 79,660
The Daily Telegraph 345,618 -8% 337,549
Daily Star 322,885 -18% 321,345
Daily Express 315,142 -12% 310,653
Sunday Express 272,259 -13% 268,217
The Sunday Telegraph 271,872 -9% 266,304
i 232,084 -9% 232,084 50,832
Daily Star – Sunday 199,091 -16% 197,622
Financial Times 171,459 -4% 63,562 30,639
The Observer 161,984 -9% 161,984
Sunday People 156,696 -20% 156,238
The Guardian 133,497 -11% 133,497
Sunday Mail 121,478 -13% 121,476
Daily Record 117,943 -11% 117,939
Sunday Post 104,419 -15% 104,308 538
City AM FREE 85,877 -6%

Picture: Reuters/Luke MacGregor

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5 thoughts on “National newsbrand ABCs: Full figures for February 2019”

  1. The Sunday People is now selling less than the FT and The Observer! I have also noticed that you can not order a copy of the Weekly News in London so that is no longer a national newspaper.

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