Most Polish daily newspapers recorded a sales decline in November 2013 compared to the same month a year before, with the biggest drop noted by Gazeta Polska Codziennie, whose sales slumped by 24.8 percent to 62,796 copies.
Tabloid Fakt remained the top-selling daily with 335,134 copies sold, which stands for a 3.36 percent decline over the period. Gazeta Wyborcza was the second best-selling paper with 190,383 copies, a 16.59 percent drop compared to 2012.
Super Express took the third spot, with 152,289 copies, 5.23 percent less than in November of 2012. Rzeczpospolita sold on average 62,796 copies, a 14.36 pecent decrease year-on-year.
Only one out of nine dailies saw a sales increase over the period – business daily Parkiet sales grew by 13.27 percent to a total of 4,600 copies.
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