Majority of UK women no longer read a paper

Our research, on behalf of think-tank Demos, has found that a majority of women in the UK now no longer read a print newspaper.

It also showed that women were less likely to read newspapers than men with more than half of women (51%) saying they had not read any title in the past week, compared to just over a third of men (39%).

When looking at what those surveyed read, the Daily Mail was reported as the “most read press title” across the country, followed by the Metro and The Sun.

We found that just over two fifths (42%) believed that coverage of the EU referendum on television was “fair and impartial” – compared to a third (31%) for broadsheet newspapers and a sixth (17%) for red-top tabloids.

Read more about this here.