NRS publishes national press combined print and online readership figures

New figures have been released by the National Readership survey showimg combined print and online readership for UK national titles.

The figures are for average UK print readership (using a survey rather than actual sales) for the whole year of 2012, and for online readership in November 2012 (quoting Comscore data).

According to NRS The Sun is the most read newspaper/website in the UK with a combined readership of 7,385,000.

National Readership Survey daily figures for 2012

Financial Times

Print - 319,000

Web – 59,000

Combined – 377,000

The Daily Telegraph/The Sunday Telegraph

Print – 1,422,000

Web – 1,025,000

Combined – 2,374,000

The Guardian/The Observer

Print – 1,123,000

Web – 1,401,000

Combined – 2,370,000

The Independent/The Independent on Sunday

Print – 524,000

Web – 283,000

Combined – 797,000

The Times/The Sunday Times

Print – 1,570,000

Web – 52,000

Combined – 1,618,000

Daily Express/Sunday Express

Print – 1,330,000

Web – 27,000

Combined – 1,357,000

Daily Mail/Mail on Sunday

Print – 4,530,000

Web – 2,786,000

Combined – 6,932,000

Daily Mirror/Sunday Mirror/The People

Print – 3,295,000

Web – 315,000

Combined – 3,587,000

Daily Record/Sunday Mail

Print – 856,000

Web – 70,000

Combined – 924,000

Daily Star/Daily Star Sunday

Print – 1,396,000

Web – 21,000

Combined – 1,416,000

The Sun

Print – 7,007,000

Web – 503,000

Combined – 7,385,000

Full results of the NRS

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