Weekday print newspaper audience in Canada as of June 2015, by region

Canada: weekday print newspaper readership 2015, by region This statistic shows the average audiences of print newspapers across regions in Canada as of June 2015. During the reported period, the average issue readership of daily newspapers in Ontario was 39.76 percent. Moreover, 63.64 percent of Ontarians had read at least one print newspaper edition in the previous week.
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AIR print (Mon-Fri)Cume print (Mon-Fri)
Atlantic43.28%70.36%
British Columbia42.75%70.8%
Quebec43.46%67.97%
Prairies41.75%68.87%
Ontario39.76%63.64%
Total41.43%66.64%
AIR print (Mon-Fri)Cume print (Mon-Fri)
Atlantic43.28%70.36%
British Columbia42.75%70.8%
Quebec43.46%67.97%
Prairies41.75%68.87%
Ontario39.76%63.64%
Total41.43%66.64%
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This statistic shows the average audiences of print newspapers across regions in Canada as of June 2015. During the reported period, the average issue readership of daily newspapers in Ontario was 39.76 percent. Moreover, 63.64 percent of Ontarians had read at least one print newspaper edition in the previous week.
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Release date
November 2015
Region
Canada
Survey time period
January to June, 2015
Age group
18 years and older
Special properties
Print newspapers, Monday to Friday
Supplementary notes
AIR - average issue readership - The number (or percentage) of adults who read a printed edition of yesterday’s weekday newspaper (Mon-Fri).
Cume Print- The number (percentage) of adults 18+ who read at least one printed edition of the newspaper in the past 5 weekdays (Mon-Fri).

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