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Circulation numbers for the 25 largest newspapers
Question of the Day
The top 25 U.S. newspapers by average weekday and Sunday circulation from April to September. The figures include digital editions such as those on tablet computers or websites that charge for access. Also included are branded editions such as regional editions or those tailored for commuters.
1. The Wall Street Journal _2,293,798 weekday (includes 794,594 digital editions); no Sunday edition.
2. USA Today _1,713,833 weekday (includes 86,307 digital editions); no Sunday edition.
3. The New York Times _1,613,865 weekday (includes 896,352 digital editions); 2,100,893 Sunday (includes 850,816 digital editions).
4. Los Angeles Times _641,369 weekday (includes 151,577 digital and 35,294 branded editions); 962,192 Sunday (includes 153,016 digital editions)
5. Daily News of New York _535,875 weekday (includes 146,605 digital and 5,435 branded editions); 655,647 Sunday (includes 146,289 digital and 49,103 branded editions).
6. San Jose (Calif.) Mercury News _529,999 weekday (includes 43,318 digital and 362,093 branded editions); 651,337 Sunday (includes 22,813 digital and 443,175 branded editions).
7. New York Post _522,868 weekday (includes 178,113 digital editions); 434,043 Sunday (includes 163,517 digital editions).
8. The Washington Post _462,228 weekday (includes 27,535 digital editions); 674,751 Sunday (includes 23,323 digital editions).
9. Chicago Sun-Times _432,455 weekday (includes 70,932 digital and 169,163 branded editions); 408,677 Sunday (includes 71,200 digital and 151,295 branded editions).
10. The Denver Post _412,669 weekday (includes 176,446 digital and 10,105 branded editions); 604,184 Sunday (includes 149,097 digital and 66,713 branded editions).
11. Chicago Tribune _411,960 weekday (includes 23,112 digital editions); 766,561 Sunday (includes 32,580 digital editions).
12. The Dallas Morning News _410,130 weekday (includes 64,788 digital and 152,997 branded editions); 700,649 Sunday (includes 64,774 digital and 339,409 branded editions).
13. Newsday of Long Island, N.Y. _392,989 weekday (includes 114,620 digital editions); 471,662 Sunday (includes 129,817 digital editions).
14. Houston Chronicle _325,814 weekday (includes 91,331 digital editions); 1,070,290 Sunday (includes 71,514 digital and 587,025 branded editions).
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