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U.S. Daily Newspaper Circulation Versus Number of Households

Number in millions, measured in 10-year increments and 2003

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Source: Editor and Publisher Yearbook data; U.S. Census Bureau

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U.S. Daily Newspaper Circulation Versus Number of Households
Number in millions, measured in 10-year increments and 2003

Daily Circulation
Sunday Circulation
US Households
1940
41.1
32.4
34.9
1950
53.8
46.6
43.6
1960
58.9
47.7
52.8
1970
62.1
49.2
63.4
1980
62.2
54.7
80.8
1990
62.3
62.6
93.3
2000
55.8
59.4
104.7
2003
55.2
58.5
108.4
 

Source: Editor and Publisher Yearbook data; U.S. Census Bureau


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