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The Washington Post Records More than 71 Million Digital Users in June

by | Jul 18, 2016

More than 71 million unique users visited The Washington Post in June 2016, according to comScore. This is a 31% jump year-over-year, stated The Post, which added that mobile readership was also up, with more than 56 million readers accessing Post content last month via a mobile device. Total page views continue to increase as well, with The Post recording 945 million total digital page views—up 82% year-over-year. In addition, The Post stated that it continues to draw millennial readers which made up 43% of The Post’s total mobile audience in June.

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