ABCs: Ten national press titles lose more than ten per cent of print sales in August

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Every national newspaper lost sales in August with ten titles dropping by more than 10 per cent year on year.

The Sunday People was the biggest faller, down 18 per cent year on year to 309,989, followed by the Sunday Mirror (down 13.5 per cent).

The best performing titles in the daily and Sunday markets were The Times and Sunday Times, down 1 per cent and 4.7 per cent respectively.

Full breakdown of UK national newspaper sales for August 2015 (source ABC)


  Current Month
Aug 15
mth/mth
+/- %
Yr/Yr
+/- %
Bulks
Dailies        
Daily Mirror 872,013 1.81 -9.26 45,000
Daily Record 190,352 1.77 -10.29 4,962
Daily Star 416,801 1.23 -11.63 0
The Sun 1,865,875 0.49 -11.50 11,966
Daily Express 430,407 0.14 -10.15 0
Daily Mail 1,626,607 -0.07 -3.10 76,309
The Daily Telegraph 483,306 -1.26 -5.58 0
Financial Times 200,965 -3.00 -4.39 20,932
The Guardian 165,290 -1.83 -7.05 0
i 276,128 0.00 -3.42 69,164
The Independent 57,015 -1.50 -8.88 15,814
The Times 392,483 -0.61 -1.06 20,455
         
Sundays        
Daily Star – Sunday 261,425 -0.36 -13.87 0
The Sun on Sunday 1,544,535 -0.05 -8.29 11,578
Sunday Mail 210,079 2.09 -12.50 3,834
Sunday Mirror 825,624 1.55 -13.48 45,000
Sunday People 309,989 -0.46 -18.38 0
The Mail on Sunday 1,432,522 0.47 -5.89 70,881
Sunday Express 378,552 -0.43 -11.33 0
Sunday Post 190,772 0.09 -11.18 0
Independent on Sunday 98,132 0.30 -6.08 51,916
The Observer 187,143 -0.62 -6.87 0
The Sunday Telegraph 370,702 -0.44 -8.37 0
The Sunday Times 765,204 0.22 -4.72 10,972

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