This post is by Avery Koop from Visual Capitalist
Visualized: The Top 25 U.S. Newspapers by Daily Circulation
Most people today—more than 8 in 10 Americans—get their news via digital devices, doing their reading on apps, listening to podcasts, or scrolling through social media feeds.
It’s no surprise then that over the last year, only one U.S. newspaper of the top 25 most popular in the country saw positive growth in their daily print circulations.
Based on data from Press Gazette, this visual stacks up the amount of daily newspapers different U.S. publications dole out and how that’s changed year-over-year.
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The most widely circulated physical newspaper is the Wall Street Journal (WSJ) by a long shot—sending out almost 700,000 copies a day. But it is important to note that this number is an 11% decrease since 2021.
Here’s a closer look at the data.
|Rank||Newspaper||Average Daily Print Circulation||Year-Over-Year Change|
|#1||Wall Street Journal||697,493||−11%|
|#2||New York Times||329,781||−9%|
|#5||New York Post||146,649||−2%|
|#6||Los Angeles Times||142,382||−14%|
|#9||Tampa Bay Times||102,266||−26%|
|#15||Dallas Morning News||65,369||−10%|
|#18||San Francisco Chronicle||60,098||−12%|
|#19||Denver (Read more...)|