National press ABCs: October 2005

The Audit Bureau of Circulations has released circulation figures for national newspapers for October 2005.

National press ABCs: October 2005
National press ABCs: October 2005

National morning popular

Daily Mirror: 1,684,660 (down 3.28% month-on-month and down 4.84% year-on-year)

Daily Record: 454,247 (down 1.85% month-on-month and down 4.49% year-on-year)

Daily Star: 820,028 (down 4% month-on-month and 6.70% year-on-year)

The Sun: 3,224,427 (down 2.3% month-on-month and down 1.64% year-on-year)

Total: 6,183,362 (down 2.76% month-on-month and down 3.43% year-on-year)


National morning mid-market

Daily Express: 810,827 (down 2.47% month-on-month and down 11.42% year-on-year)

Daily Mail: 2,350,694 (down 0.97% month-on-month and down 2.66% year-on-year)

Total: 3,161,521 (down 1.36% month-on-month and down 5.07% year-on-year)


National morning quality

The Daily Telegraph: 901,667 (down 0.29% month-on-month and down 0.3% year-on-year)

Financial Times: 419,249 (down 4.4% month-on-month and down 4.46% year-on-year)

The Herald: 75,541 (down 2.05% month-on-month and down 4.27% year-on-year)

The Guardian: 403,297 (down 0.22% month-on-month and up 6.57% year-on-year)

The Independent: 267,037 (up 1.71% month-on-month and up 0.38% year-on-year)

The Scotsman: 65,194 (down 2.73% month-on-month and down 6.37% year-on-year)

The Times: 703,492 (up 0.58% month-on-month and up 7.16% year-on-year)

Total: 2,835,477 (down 0.62% month-on-month and up 1.53% year-on-year)


National morning sporting

Racing Post: 74,552 (down 1.41% month-on-month and down 1.52% year-on-year)


London evening

Evening Standard: 329,247 (up 0.47% month-on-month and down 13.63% year-on-year)

Standard Lite: 76,923


National Sunday popular

Daily Star Sunday: 404,723 (down 1.43% month-on-month and down 13.94% year-on-year)

News of the World: 3,773,705 (up 0.11% month-on-month and up 0.08% year-on-year)

Sunday Mail: 549,129 (down 0.84% month-on-month and down 7.29% year-on-year)

Sunday Mirror: 1,457,792 (down 4.91% month-on-month and down 10.99% year-on-year)

The People: 905,494 (down 1.01% month-on-month and down 9.92% year-on-year)

Sunday Sport: 148,385 (down 1.9% month-on-month and down 3.29% year-on-year)

Total: 7,239,228 (down 1.28% month-on-month and down 5.12% year-on-year)


National Sunday mid-market

Sunday Express: 829,064 (down 3.52% month-on-month and down 14.32% year-on-year)

The Mail on Sunday: 2,292,258 (down 2.24% month-on-month and down 5.97% year-on-year)

Total: 3,123,322 (down 2.58% month-on-month and down 8.34% year-on-year)


National Sunday quality

Independent on Sunday: 230,053 (up 13.27% month-on-month and up 7.34% year-on-year)

The Business: 178,528 (down 3.13% month-on-month and down 16.95% year-on-year)

The Observer: 451,781 (up 3.06% month-on-month and down 0.27% year-on-year)

Scotland on Sunday: 84,192 (up 1.64% month-on-month and up 0.83% year-on-year)

Sunday Herald: 58,140(down 0.66% month-on-month and up 4.72% year-on-year)

The Sunday Telegraph: 661,425 (down 4.03% month-on-month and down 3.97% year-on-year)

The Sunday Times: 1,404,616 (up 2.08% month-on-month and up 3.24% year-on-year)

Total: 3,068,735 (up 1.2% month-on-month and down 0.06% year-on-year)

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