Our list below reveals the stance of major papers as the EU race enters its last days, with The Times, Sun, Guardian and Mail on Sunday among those that have also picked a side.
By The Huffington Post UK's estimation, totalling up the print circulation of newspapers which have declared their positions shows papers supporting Leave have an audience of around 4.8 million, while those backing Remain reach just over 3 million.
The University of Loughborough looked at the tone of coverage of the EU Referendum in the papers and claimed that, weighted by circulation, Leave has an 82% to 18% advantage over Remain.
Dominic Lawson, the former editor of the Sunday Telegraph, said yesterday that that the views expressed by papers were “important” in the vote’s outcome: “Remember this could be really close… very serious politicians have been ringing up editors and asking them to back their side."
- The Sun (print circulation 1.7 million)Bloomberg via Getty Images
- The Daily Mail (print circulation 1.5 million)Daily Mail
- The Times (print circulation 438,000)Peter Macdiarmid via Getty Images
- The Daily Mirror (print circulation 778,000)Andrew Matthews/PA Archive
- The Daily Telegraph (print circulation 490,000)Peter Macdiarmid via Getty Images
- i (print circulation 284,000)Anthony Devlin/PA Wire
- The Guardian (print circulation 165,000)BEN STANSALL via Getty Images
- The Financial Times (print circulation 198,000)Financial Times
- Mail on Sunday (print circulation 1.3 million)Mail on Sunday
- The Sunday Times (print circulation 797,000)Bloomberg via Getty Images
- The Sunday Telegraph (print circulation 370,000)Sunday Telegraph
- The Observer (print circulation 194,000)Observer
- Daily Star (print circulation 425,000)Star