CNN’s ratings have plummeted by over 70% since President Donald Trump’s departure from the White House in January.
The stunning finding demonstrates how popular the former president was and how important he was to CNN and other liberal news organizations’ success.
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Since January, CNN has lost about 65 percent of its overall viewers during the primetime hours of 8:00 p.m. – 11:00 p.m. (EST). For both the day and night, the network lost 71 percent of its viewers in the important 25-54 age category.
CNN has lost more viewers than its competitors, although all major cable news shows have lost viewers. MSNBC experienced the second-largest loss in viewership since January, dropping 49% of their total audience between January and May. The network lost 63 percent of its viewers in the 25-54 age group. MSNBC lost 42 percent of its overall viewers during primetime hours, and 58 percent of people aged 25 to 54.
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Between January and May, Fox News lost the least amount of viewers of all the networks, losing only 12% of total viewers and 15% of viewers aged 25 to 54.
The ratings for CNN’s New Day have plummeted. With 461,000 total views and 108,000 viewers aged 25 to 54, the show had its least-watched week of the year thus far, and it has averaged less than 500,000 viewers for the past four weeks.
With 2.1 million people at primetime and an average of 1.2 million viewers for the day, Fox News has won the number one spot for cable news viewers for the 14th week in a row.
Cable News Ratings Sunday May 23
1⃣Fox News 129,000 1,015,333
2⃣CNN 163,667 708,333
3⃣MSNBC 47,667 383,333 pic.twitter.com/YfqfRoNNG8
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