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‘WSJ’ circulation grows 1.82%

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Schaumburg, Ill.—The Wall Street Journal increased its total circulation to 2.06 million as of Sept. 30, an increase of 1.82% from a year earlier, according to the Audit Bureau of Circulations’ FAS-FAX report issued Monday. It remains the largest-circulation newspaper in the U.S. The Journal's circulation figures include 449,139 electronic-only subscribers.

USA Today saw its daily circulation decline 3.66% to 1.83 million. The newspaper pointed out, however, that it retained its crown as the largest print circulation newspaper in the U.S. because of the large share of the Journal’s circulation that is electronic.

The New York Times’ circulation fell 5.52% in the reporting period to 876,638. It has the third-largest daily circulation in the U.S.

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