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Karma: CNN Has One Of The Most Profound Ratings Drops In Television History

by Paul Goldberg
Karma: CNN Has One Of The Most Profound Ratings Drops In Television History

CNN is being exposed for the joke that they are and just experienced one of the most profound ratings drops in television history.

The far-left news network has lost about two thirds of their audience since January and Fox News is dominating all cable news networks.

Late last week, not one CNN program saw over 900k users and that’s coming from a network that is usually default viewing at doctors offices and airports.

Although what do you expect when CNN claims this is journalism…

CNN is just a victim of their policy, for a year they created panic and confusion to get Trump out of office and now that he is gone they have nothing. Trump was the only thing keeping CNN afloat and now that he’s gone they are hitting rock bottom, it’s amazing the network is still in business and one wonders how long they can keep it up.

Mediaite broke down just how bad the slump is:

AC360, guest-hosted by CNN anchor John Berman, averaged the fewest viewers at 8 p.m. on Friday, with 753,000 total and 133,000 in the demo – down from Erin Burnett OutFront’s 782,000 total viewers and 185,000 in the demo. MSNBC’s All In with Chris Hayes saw 1.6 million total viewers and 216,000 in the demo, up from The ReidOut’s 1.31 million total viewers and 172,000 in the demo at 7 p.m. Of course, neither MSNBC nor CNN could top Fox News juggernaut Tucker Carlson Tonight, which won not only the hour but the day, with 2.66 million total viewers and 347,000 in the demo, a significant jump from Fox News Primetime’s 1.43 million total viewers and 219,000 in the demo. …

Fox News averaged the most viewers in total day, with 1.35 million, and also the most in the demo, with 209,000. MSNBC was second, with 1.08 million total viewers, and third in the demo, with 138,000. While CNN notched less than half of Fox’s viewers in total day, with 649,000, it was second in the demo, with 163,000.

Fox News also won in prime time, with 2.05 million total viewers, and 270,000 in the demo. MSNBC was second, with 1.82 million total viewers, and 227,000 in the demo. CNN was a distant third in prime time, with 799,000 total viewers and 164,000 in the demo.

Fox and Friends won in the early morning, averaging 1.14 million total viewers, and 194,000 in the demo. MSNBC’s Morning Joe was second, with 945,000 total viewers, and 115,000 in the demo. CNN’s New Day was third in total viewers, with 503,000, and second in the demo, with 145,000.

CNN appears to be on the verge of extinction.


Written by Staff Writer

May 11, 2021

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