The latest figures released by the Audit Bureau of Circulations reveal that the Wall Street Journal has become the largest weekday paper in the United States with a week-day circulation of 2.092 million copies. The USA Today came second with 1.83 million copies. The New York Times with 0.95 million week-day copies was third. NY Times, however, continues to dominate the weekend sales.
WSJ was the only large paper that reported an increase in circulation over the past six months.
The web-based circulation, however, paints a different picture. According to Google data, New York Times with 4 million daily visitors to its website is far ahead of its rivals.