16th September 2016

ABC: National Press Circulation Figures for August 2016

Despite increasing its cover price, The Daily Star remained the biggest circulation grower.


The Sun had the largest average circulation, followed by the Daily Mail, however both were down MoM and YoY.

The Daily Star saw the largest increase of 18% YoY, followed by The Daily Star - Sunday which grew by 15%. However due to cover price increases in July, (The Daily Star by 10p and the Sunday edition by 40p) both dropped MoM. The Times also saw a big increase YoY, 13%, down to their bulk increase in free distribution.

The biggest YoY decreases were the Sunday Post, down 20%, and The Sunday Mirror, down 16%. The Sunday Post also came second to last overall, with an average circulation of 151,462.

Since the end of The Independent, its sister title i saw an increase of 5% YoY, with an average circulation of 291,359.
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