Single-copy sales of top 25 US magazines

By The Associated Press Updated at 2012-08-08 00:02:08 -0400

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Here are the single-copy sales of the top 25 U.S. consumer magazines in the first half of 2012. The figures are as reported by the magazines to the Audit Bureau of Circulations, an industry group. Food Network Magazine saw the biggest percentage gain, while Weight Watchers was the top decliner.

1. Cosmopolitan, 1.4 million (down 15.5 percent from the first half of 2011)

2. Woman's World, 1.1 million (down 3.7 percent)

3. First For Women, 1 million (down 6.3 percent)

4. People, 939,554 (down 18.6 percent)

5. Us Weekly 572,875 (down 11.4 percent)

6. Family Circle 567,632 (up 8 percent)

7. In Touch Weekly, 560,585 (down 13.3 percent)

8. In Style, 544,875 (down 4.5 percent)

9. People StyleWatch, 460,295 (down 8.8 percent)

10. National Enquirer, 457,404 (down 9 percent)

11. O, The Oprah Magazine, 448,649 (down 17.9 percent)

12. Glamour, 422,868 (down 6.8 percent)

13. Food Network Magazine, 400,254 (up 17.8 percent)

14. All You, 394,967 (down 11.2 percent)

15. Men's Health, 391,400 (down 9.4 percent)

16. Star Magazine, 379,425 (down 14.2 percent)

17. Real Simple, 372,795 (down 2.1 percent)

18. Woman's Day, 360,365 (up 6.2 percent)

19. Life & Style Weekly, 343,038 (up 2.5 percent)

20. Weight Watchers, 325,950 (down 27.5 percent)

21. Good Housekeeping, 318,623 (down 6.2 percent)

22. Vogue, 300,955 (down 16.5 percent)

23. Women's Health, 299,107 (down 5.1 percent)

24. Vanity Fair, 283,938 (down 18.8 percent)

25. Seventeen, 267,368 (down 9.5 percent)

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