Average daily newspaper circulation declined 7.1% from October 2008 through March 2009 in the wake of the proven media bias in favor of Barack Hussein Obama, which compares to only 3.6% in the same period a year ago!
USA Today remained the No. 1 newspaper, but its circulation declined a staggering 7.5% to 2.11 million. The Wall Street Journal, at No. 2, was the only paper among the top 25 to show an increase, less than 1% to 2.08 million.
Meanwhile, the New York Times dropped 3.6% to 1,039,031 while the Los Angeles Times dropped 6.6% to 723,181. The New York Post had the biggest drop, 20.6%.
The numbers represent data from 395 newspapers.
– Source: Associated Press, 04/27/09.