Above the Fold: the Sundays in numbers
By Hannah Lewis-Davies
The Sunday Mirror took the biggest hit in the Sunday market with a 24 per cent circulation decline, followed by the Sunday People with a 21 per cent year-on-year decline.
Other Sunday tabloids reported circulation decreases, including the Sun on Sunday (-9.8 per cent) and the Mail on Sunday (-9.2 per cent). The Observer recorded a decrease of 6 per cent.
Whilst none of the Sunday newspapers recorded a circulation increase, The Sunday Times posted the smallest circulation decrease, of 3.9 per cent, followed by the Sunday Telegraph with a 5.5 decrease in circulation year-on-year.