It appears that consumers are weary of what they’re selling.
With 1.3 million viewers each night, Fox News dominated the competition, averaging 1.3 million viewers each night from May 30th through June 5th. Do you know who was number two? CNN or MSNBC? No! It was HGTV.
Let’s look at the statistics:
“Fox News grabbed 1.3 million viewers from May 30th through June 5th to rank No. 1 on basic cable, besting HGTV’s 562,000 and MSNBC’s 556,000 average viewers,” according to the article. “MSNBC finished third with a total of 550,000 viewers and CNN came in fourth with 500,000 people.”
CNN and MSNBC “failed to top” Fox News when their numbers are combined. That is not just bad, it’s an epic fail. But things only deteriorate from there.
“Fox News ruled throughout the prime time hours of 8-11 p.m., getting over two million tv audience members when No. 2 ESPN had an average of 1.5 million viewers. MSNBC got around 800,000 to be in ninth place, and CNN couldn’t break into the top ten most-watched tv networks with a poor audience of 600,000 people.”
But things get even more amusing when you consider the networks that outperformed MSNBC.
“MSNBC’s Biden-era difficulties among the advertiser-coveted (25-to-52 year old) demographic have gotten worse, as the network’s worst week in overall day and primetime since 1999 was one. Animal Plant, Syfy, Travel Channel, Freeform, E1, FXX, BET were among the 32 networks to beat MSNBC.”
“The Five” finished as the top cable news show of the week, with 3.28 million viewers, followed by “Tucker Carlson Tonight” with 3.2 million.
According to the statistics, we’ve known for a long time that America’s major media has been failing us. They’re completely biased; they push for censorship of viewpoints they don’t agree with, and they frequently outright lie. While Fox’s leadership is nothing new, and ratings for CNN and MSNBC have been declining for some time, this gap is widening as Americans wise up to the power-mad left.
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