National newspaper ABCs: Full figures for November 2019

The Sun has remained the UK’s best-selling newspaper despite a drop in circulation of 13 per cent year-on-year.

It sold 1.2m copies in November, according to the latest ABC figures. The free Metro distributed 1.4m copies.

All paid-for newspapers continued to see their sales fall year-on-year, with the smallest drop (three per cent) at the Observer.

National newspaper circulations for November 2019 (ABC):

Publication Total average circ. Nov 2019 Year-on-year % change Bulks
Metro FREE 1,421,309 -2%
The Sun 1,217,029 -13% 66,859
Daily Mail 1,133,268 -7%
The Sun on Sunday 1,032,959 -13% 66,861
The Mail on Sunday 966,299 -6%
Evening Standard FREE 816,378 -5%
The Sunday Times 653,340 -10% 50,937
Daily Mirror 454,685 -12%
Sunday Mirror 371,540 -14%
The Times 364,936 -12% 53,808
The Daily Telegraph 309,167 -14%
Daily Express 297,920 -8% 11
Daily Star 288,819 -15% 63
Sunday Express 258,856 -8% 15
The Sunday Telegraph 246,910 -13%
i 220,229 -8% 47,565
Daily Star – Sunday 171,713 -17%
Financial Times 163,324 -8% 30,055
The Observer 160,363 -3%
Sunday People 143,517 -15%
The Guardian 129,053 -6%
Sunday Mail 107,415 -14%
Daily Record 106,479 -12%
Sunday Post 89,614 -18% 538
City AM FREE 85,760 0%

Picture: Reuters/Peter Nicholls 

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3 thoughts on “National newspaper ABCs: Full figures for November 2019”

  1. Looking at the sales figures of all the newspapers and the vast majority are right wing. No wonder the country is so full of hatred, discourse and racism. Why do people find it so hard to understand the media in the UK and indeed the world is the cause of all the troubles and disharmony. I think it’s so obvious

  2. not many selling over a million a day. The national paper industry is dying on its feet.
    which will be the next to go online only? Guardian?

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