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Monday, 15 October 2007

UK Newspapers online (August 2007)

According to the latest Nielsen//NetRatings figures for August 2007, The Guardian remains the most popular national UK newspaper website, as it has been for each of the last 12 months, with 2.7m unique visitors, equal to one in every twelve Britons active online.

The figures also show the Daily Mail and the Telegraph are the fastest growing amongst the "Top 10" national newspapers.

The Daily Mail has more than doubled its audience from 0.7m in Dec 2006 to 1.4m in Aug 2007, a 117 percent growth.

The Telegraph is the only other of the "Top 10" to at least double its audience; growing by 106% from 1m to 2.1m.

For the first time in 2007, The Sun (2m unique users) lost second spot; and is now third behind the Telegraph in terms of popularity.

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