Single-copy sales of top 25 US magazines

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Here are the single-copy sales of the top 25 U.S. consumer magazines in the second half of 2011. The figures are as reported by the magazines to the Audit Bureau of Circulations, an industry group.

1. Cosmopolitan, 1,460,982 (down 6.7 percent from the last half of 2010)

2. Woman’s World, 1,166,962 (down 8.3 percent)

3. People, 1,106,244 (down 12 percent)

4. First For Women, 1,010,763 (down 10.5 percent)

5. In Touch Weekly, 629,331 (down 8.7 percent)

6. Us Weekly, 618,491 (down 9.5 percent)

7. In Style, 561,630 (down 14.2 percent)

8. Lindy’s Football Annuals, 539,739 (up 1.6 percent)

9. All You, 528,241 (up 14.9 percent)

10. Family Circle, 523,173 (down 13.3 percent)

11. People Stylewatch, 496,187 (down 9.8 percent)

12. National Enquirer, 472,731 (down 11.4 percent)

13. Glamour, 469,544 (down 9.9 percent)

14. Food Network Magazine, 438,354 (up 16.3 percent)

15. Star Magazine, 437,199 (down 11.9 percent)

16. O, The Oprah Magazine, 413,363 (down 32 percent)

17. Men’s Health, 387,701 (down 2.9 percent)

18. Life & Style Weekly, 378,758 (down 7.8 percent)

19. Woman’s Day, 372,567 (down 6 percent)

20. Real Simple, 358,930 (down 9.2 percent)

21. Vogue, 348,850 (down 5.6 percent)

22. Weight Watchers, 335,249 (down 9.1 percent)

23. Good Housekeeping, 325,351 (down 14.9 percent)

24. Seventeen, 324,741 (down 5.5 percent)

25. Vanity Fair, 323,946 (down 20.1 percent)