In a front page story, USA Today interviewed Postmaster General Pat Donahoe.
The question of five-day delivery came up, and the PMG reiterated the Postal Service's request to Congress to authorize less than six-days a week delivery.
He also said, "In 15 years we'll be talking about delivering mail three days a week."
The logic is that paper mail will continue it's steep decline and thus the revenue won't be there to sustain a six -- or five -- day delivery system.
A 2010 USA TODAY/Gallup poll said more than half of Americans favor dropping Saturday delivery.
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