Mail Online has seen its audience fall by nearly a fifth year-on-year to more than 11.4m, according to new ABC figures.
The UK’s largest news website recorded a 19 per cent drop in the number of daily average unique browsers on its website in September, compared with the same month last year.
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News websites audited by ABC all fell last month, including The Sun, Reach (comprising the Mirror, Express and Star titles) and Mail stablemate Metro.
It was another month of industry-wide print circulation decline for national newspapers as well, with double-digit falls for a number of titles.
The Mail, Telegraph and Mirror titles have all stopped counting bulk sales.
Total daily average unique browsers for September 2018 (ABC):
|Website||Total daily avg unique browsers (Sept 2018)||Year-on-year % change|
|Reach (inc. Mirror/Express/Star)||8,478,838||-7%|
National newspaper circulations for September 2018 (ABC):
|Publication||Total circulation (Sept 2018)||Year-on-year % change||Bulks|
|The Sun on Sunday||1,208,596||-9%||118,223|
|The Mail on Sunday||1,051,489||-13%|
|London Evening Standard FREE||857,004||-3%|
|The Sunday Times||719,765||-5%||84,063|
|The Daily Telegraph||363,002||-23%|
|The Sunday Telegraph||284,971||-18%|
|Daily Star – Sunday||219,814||-13%|
|City AM FREE||84,951||-6%|