The New York Times is down 7.2% to 927,851. Sunday fell 2.6% to 1,400,302.American's newspaper, USA Today, fell 17 percent, putting it below the Wall Street Journal, which saw a light uptick of .6 percent.
The Los Angeles Times reported its daily circ is off 11% to 657,467 and 6.7% on Sunday to 983,702.
Daily circ at The Washington Post fell 6.4% to 582,844 while Sunday was down 5% to 822,208.
Daily circ at the Chicago Tribune decreased 9.7% to 465,892. Sunday was down 7.1% to 803,220.
The San Francisco Chronicle lost more than a quarter of its daily circ, down 25.8% to 251,782. Sunday was off more than 22% to 306,705.
Daily at The Star-Ledger in Newark, N.J., dropped 22.2% to 246,006 and 18.5% on Sunday to 371,060.
The Boston Globe's daily circ decreased 18.4% to 264,105. Sunday lost 16.9% to 418,529.
Alan Mutter at Reflections of a Newsosaur provides some context:
Following an average drop of 10.6% in the last six months, daily newspaper circulation has fallen to a pre-World War II low of an estimated 39.1 million, according to an analysis of industry data released today.The first double-digit circulation decline in history means only 12.9% of the U.S. population buys a daily newspaper.