Most popular magazines among boys aged 12-19 in Finland 2016-2017, by reader numbers

This statistic shows the most popular magazines among boys aged 12 to 19 in Finland from autumn 2016 to spring 2017, by number of readers. During the survey period, the most popular magazine among boys in the surveyed age range in Finland was Aku Ankka with 84,000 readers. The second most popular magazine was Tiede (30 thousand readers), followed by Pirkka (22 thousand readers). As of 2017, the most read magazines in Finland overall were Yhteishyvä and Pirkka.

Most popular magazines among boys aged 12 to 19 in Finland from autumn 2016 to spring 2017, by number of readers

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Release date

October 2017

Region

Finland

Survey time period

Autumn 2016 to spring 2017

Age group

12-19 years

Special properties

male respondents

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