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Brazil: frequency of reading newspapers 2016

How many days in a week do you read newspapers?

by Statista Research Department, last edited Dec 30, 2016
Brazil: frequency of reading newspapers 2016 This statistic presents the frequency of reading printed newspapers in Brazil as of April 2016. During the survey period, it was found that eight percent of respondents read newspapers daily. In 2015, Super Noticia was the most read newspaper in Brazil.
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How many days in a week do you read newspapers?

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