The Washington Post reports that in June 2017 it recorded 76.4 million digital readers, according to comScore.  The Post stated that this represents a 7.3 percent increase year over year. The total number of mobile users grew 10.7 percent to 62.2 million.

The Post also reported it had more than 952 million page views last month and readers spent an average of 17.6 minutes consuming content during June, up 4.8% year over year.

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