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Fewer Newspaper Readers In ’70, according to Editor & Publisher International Year Book, there were 62.1 million weekday newspapers in circulation—about 0.3 papers per person, while in ’06 there were just 52.3 million weekday papers—about 0.17 per person. In ’94, 49% of American adults told the Pew Research Center they had read a newspaper the day before. In ’06, only 43% said so, including those who read online. (The New Yorker 12/27/07)