18 October 1996 Print > The daily-newspaper market is dominated by Warsaw papers: liberal Gazeta Wyborcza, formerly linked to Solidarity, and the sensationalist Super Express, with 19.3 percent and 16.9 percent of adult Poles reading at least one issue per week, respectively. Warsaw-based Express Wieczorny, which is similar to Super Express, is third with 9.2 […]

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