Jul 20, 2018 / in Media Blog / by Cision Media Research

Digital media has taken over the way we consume news, entertainment, politics, etc. But, as many traditional journalists would say, "Print is not Dead!"  This week we take a look at the top magazines in the U.S. covering politics and the government, ranked by the most recent and available audited circulation figures in Cision's media database. 

1. Mother Jones -- 200,000

2. The Nation -- 145,624

3. National Review -- 90,904

4. The Weekly Standard -- 79,000

5. Reason -- 42,000

6. New Republic -- 41,429

7. Washington Examiner -- 39,732

8. The Washington Spectator -- 30,000

9. The Progressive -- 30,000

10. The American Prospect -- 15,000

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