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Circulation falls at most of top 25 US newspapers

Circulation at most of the top 25 U.S. newspapers was well below last year in April through September. Here is each paper's current weekday circulation, the change from 2007, its Sunday circulation and the change.
/ Source: The Associated Press

Circulation at most of the top 25 U.S. newspapers was well below last year in April through September. Here is each paper's current weekday circulation, the change from 2007, its Sunday circulation and the change.

1. USA Today — 2,293,310 (up 0.01 percent); no Sunday edition.

2. The Wall Street Journal — 2,011,999 (up 0.01 percent); no Sunday edition.

3. The New York Times — 1,000,665 (down 3.6 percent); 1,438,585 (down 4.1 percent).

4. Los Angeles Times — 739,147 (down 5.2 percent); 1,055,076 (down 5.1 percent).

5. Daily News of New York — 632,595 (down 7.2 percent); 674,104 (down 7.2 percent).

6. New York Post — 625,421 (down 6.3 percent); 386,105 (down 4.8 percent).

7. The Washington Post — 622,714 (down 1.9 percent); 866,057 (down 3.2 percent).

8. Chicago Tribune — 516,032 (down 7.8 percent); 864,845 (down 5.8 percent).

9. Houston Chronicle — 448,271 (down 11.7 percent); 584,164 (down 15.7 percent).

10. Newsday of Long Island, N.Y. — 377,517 (down 2.6 percent); 433,894 (down 4.5 percent).

11. The Arizona Republic of Phoenix — 361,333 (down 5.5 percent); 463,036 (down 3.7 percent).

12. San Francisco Chronicle — 339,430 (down 7.1 percent); 398,116 (down 7.4 percent).

13. The Dallas Morning News — 338,933 (down 9.3 percent); 483,841 (down 7.5 percent).

14. The Boston Globe — 323,983 (down 10.2 percent); 503,659 (down 8.2 percent).

15. Star Tribune of Minneapolis, Minn. — 322,360 (down 4.3 percent); 520,828 (down 8.6 percent).

16. The Star-Ledger of Newark, N.J. — 316,280 (down 10.4 percent); 455,699 (down 14.7 percent).

17. Chicago Sun-Times — 313,176 (down 3.9 percent); 255,905 (down 4.5 percent).

18. The Plain Dealer of Cleveland — 305,529 (down 8.6 percent); 411,061 (down 7.8 percent).

19. The Philadelphia Inquirer — 300,674 (down 11.1 percent); 556,426 (down 13.7 percent).

20. Detroit Free Press — 298,243 (down 6.8 percent); 605,369 (down 3.7 percent).

21. The Oregonian of Portland — 283,321 (down 8.4 percent); 344,950 (down 7.1 percent).

22. The Atlanta Journal-Constitution — 274,999 (down 13.6 percent); 464,805 (down 2.3 percent).

23. The San Diego Union-Tribune — 269,819 (down 3 percent); 342,384 (down 4.7 percent).

24. St. Petersburg (Fla.) Times — 268,935 (down 6.9 percent); 390,289 (up 0.09 percent).

25. The Sacramento (Calif.) Bee — 253,249 (down 4.2 percent); 299,207 (down 3.9 percent).