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The Washington Post subscribers who have subscribed for at least three months have chosen the Washington Times to be their daily news source, according to a new study released Tuesday.

The Washington Daily News has been the subject of a number of complaints from readers about the newspaper’s coverage.

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Com readers were asked to rate the Washington Post on a scale of one to five stars on a five-point scale.

They were also asked to comment on the news.

Wds was rated a 4 out of five on the three major criteria of accuracy, credibility and quality.

The newspaper was also rated on a list of the best and worst smart home and smart accessories products, according a blog post from Wds.

A reader wrote in response to the Washington Daily’s decision to pull the plug on the paper:The Washington Times and the Washington, D.C., metropolitan area’s metro area, known as W.D.C. have been the target of complaints about the paper’s coverage of the District of Columbia.

W. D. C. Mayor Muriel Bowser has said that her office would work with the paper to address readers’ concerns about the Washington’s coverage, the Post reported.

The Washington Daily also has been a subject of complaints on social media.

On Friday, a Washington Post reader wrote on Facebook that the newspaper had “sucked the life out of me,” adding that she had “been a loyal subscriber for over 30 years” and “would never be able to take it back.”

The Post also announced on Monday that it was pulling the plug of the newspaper, and the paper said that it would offer a new digital version of its newspaper.