So, the FT publishes a chart of newspaper readership in print. Note that, in print. For 2015 – 2016.
The Sun is hurting (oh dear). So too is The Times. Poor Mr Murdoch. The Guardian isn’t. And the Indy has at least in part survived not being published in print.
But the numbers you are looking at are only print readership. The Indy’s numbers now on this are therefore zero. These numbers were collected before the decision not to print……
Seriously, how can someone gain a job as a professor without being able to follow this sort of simple logic?