May 29th, 2014

UK National Newspaper Combined Print/Web Readership

The numbers, drawn from the results of the National Readership survey and reported in Press Gazette, show that nearly 14 million people per week are now reading the Mail titles either in print or online. The real number will be even higher as the figure does not include traffic from mobile devices.

The Sun remains the most read paper in print by a distance.

Graphs via Press Gazette.

15 Comments

  1. 1
    chris1943 says:

    Sun readers? Oxymoron

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  2. 2
    Hot Flush says:

    Try toilet roll – better read and goes down the pan easier

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  3. 3
    Derp says:

    Anything’s better than the Guardian.

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  4. 5
    Maimed Codger says:

    Yep, more Budgerigars read the Sun, than any other News Paper.

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  5. 6
    Dave Spart says:

    I don’t see Socialrapist Worker on that list.

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    Private_Schultz says:

    I’d have thought the most interesting figures there are the very low web reader totals for the titles that have paywalls online. Are they worth it for such a big hit to online readers? I’d think Times would have a good chance of coming out as top broadsheet on total numbers if they didn’t charge. And such feeble numbers must cause a real problem selling digital advertising.

    Presumably Guido can’t comment since he’s tied into the Sun now himself…

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    • 9
      Fawke Handles says:

      I am surprised that The Sun has over half-a-million readers prepared to pay £7+ a month for the Sun+ subscription. That’s over £40 million a year that the Gruntiad or the Mail are not getting.

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      Blind_leading_the_blind says:

      6000m x £0 = £0
      500m x £7 = £3500m

      so it depends on the web advertising – and a large majority have Adblock activated

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  7. 10
    Jabba Le Chat says:

    How’s that pay-wall online business model working out for ya Rupert?

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  8. 11
    Hobo humping Slobo babe says:

    What are the Guardian’s readership figures once you have removed the BBC’s purchases

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  9. 14
    broderick crawford says:

    hhh

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  10. 15

    people that buy the sun can read?

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