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10 largest newspapers by average weekday circulation

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The top 10 U.S. newspapers by average weekday circulation October through March. The figures include digital editions such as those on tablet computers or restricted websites as well as branded editions, which include regional editions or those tailored for commuters.

1. The Wall Street Journal — 2,378,827 (includes 898,102 digital editions)

2. The New York Times — 1,865,318 (includes 1,133,923 digital editions)

3. USA Today — 1,674,306 (includes 249,900 digital editions)

4. Los Angeles Times — 653,868 (includes 177,720 digital editions and 43,275 branded editions)

5. Daily News of New York — 516,165 (includes 155,706 digital editions)

6. New York Post — 500,521 (includes 200,571 digital editions)

7. The Washington Post — 474,767 (includes 42,313 digital editions and 1,305 branded editions)

8. Chicago Sun-Times — 470,548 (includes 77,660 digital editions and 208,087 branded editions)

9. The Denver Post — 416,676 (includes 192,805 digital editions and 10,041 branded editions)

10. Chicago Tribune — 414,930 (includes 46,785 digital editions)

Source: Alliance for Audited Media

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