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According to the latest report from the Audit Bureau of Circulations, that's the latest number for averaged daily circulation of the Los Angeles Times. The figure represents a drop of 6.6% from October to March and a decline of about 90,000 readers over the past two years, 140,000 over the past three, and 180,000, or a quarter of its former readers, since last touching 900,000 in September 2004.

Other leading newspapers in California lost even higher percentages of daily readers, especially the Chronicle and the Union-Tribune.
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