A Scottish daily newspaper is bucking the trend of falling reader numbers by seeing a rise of 13pc, according to the latest estimate on readership figures.
It is the only regional title included in the survey to record an increase in readers of its printed product.
The figures from the National Readership Survey are based on surveys with thousands of people and estimate the total number of readers of each title from that, differing from the Audit Bureau of Circulation figures which are based on a newspaper’s sales.
The latest figures from the NRS only show readers of the print product instead of combined print and digital data which the NRS publishes separately.
The number of estimated readers, followed by the percentage increase or decrease, is shown below.
Aberdeen Press & Journal, 197,000 +13pc
Dundee Courier & Advertiser 119,000 -25pc
Daily Record 809,000 -8pc
The Herald 144,000 -6pc
Glasgow Evening Times 139,000 -7pc
The Scotsman 126,000 -8pc
Yorkshire Post 120,000 -17pc
Sunday Herald 111,000 -17pc
Sunday Mail 925,000 -13pc
The Sunday Post 726,000 -14pc
Scotland on Sunday 146,000 -8pc