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March 2017 ABC Newspaper Circulation

It’s not really surprising that Cheltenham helped the tabloids as it does every year. Collectively they are up 4,600 on February with The Sun taking the lion’s share of that adding 2,400 on the month. Outside that the Morning market was fairly quiet.

The Sunday market doesn’t get a lift from Cheltenham. Nevertheless, there were a few changes. Collectively the tabloids were down just shy of 2,000. The Mail on Sunday was down 1,200 and The Sunday Times added 2,000, with the majority of the increase occurring in retail sales. Overall the market was up 3000 on the previous month it’s still back 35,000 on the same time last year.

TitleMar-17Feb-17Mar-16M/MY/Y% M/M% Y/Y
Daily Mirror34,69734,08039,150617-4,4532%-11%
Daily Record260267276-7-16-3%-6%
Irish Daily Star52,32250,71857,2391,604-4,9173%-9%
The Sun56,72454,30860,9952,416-4,2714%-7%
Tabloids144,003139,373157,6604,630-13,6573%-9%
Daily Express2,4782,4862,454-8240%1%
Irish Daily Mail40,00439,76845,695236-5,6911%-12%
        
The Daily Telegraph2,1232,1362,450-13-327-1%-13%
Financial Times2,2972,3142,263-1734-1%2%
The Guardian2,1222,1412,297-19-175-1%-8%
The Times2,4462,4482,513-2-670%-3%
Morning Market195,473190,666215,3324,807-19,8593%-9%
        
Daily Star – Sunday15,40916,21515,022-806387-5%3%
The Sun on Sunday51,71351,68655,55427-3,8410%-7%
Sunday Mail699711744-12-45-2%-6%
Sunday Mirror22,39523,27026,514-875-4,119-4%-16%
The People8,7468,9799,997-233-1,251-3%-13%
        
Sunday Express2,8452,7842,732611132%4%
Sunday Post677687866-10-189-1%-22%
The Mail on Sunday71,83173,11284,431-1,281-12,600-2%-15%
        
The Observer4,3614,4234,237-62124-1%3%
The Sunday Telegraph1,7131,7031,94310-2301%-12%
The Sunday Times82,62080,38577,0992,2355,5213%7%
Sunday Market263,009263,955279,139-946-16,1300%-6%
        
Total Market458,482454,621494,4713,861-35,9891%-7%