by Catherine Smith
Ratings from Neilsen Media Research reported Tuesday showed that CNN lost 67% of its total viewers since January, and according to The Daily Caller, its since Donald Trump left the White House.
During the primetime hours of 8:00 p.m. – 11:00 p.m. (EST), CNN lost around 65% of its total viewers since January. In the critical 25-54 age demographic, the network lost 71% of its viewers for both the day and primetime, according to the report.
All the major cable news shows have experienced a drop, MSNBC had the second-largest loss in viewership since January, with 49% of its total viewership down between January and May. In the 25-54 age demographic, the network lost 63% of its viewers. During primetime hours, MSNBC lost 42% of its total viewers and 58% of viewers between the ages of 25 and 54.
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
— RoadMN (@RoadMN) May 25, 2021
Fox News had lost the least number of viewers out of all networks, losing only 12% of its total viewers and 15% of viewers between the ages of 25-54 between January and May.
CNN’s New Day show had its least-watched week of the year so far with 461,000 total viewers and 108,000 viewers between the ages of 25 and 54, and it has averaged less than 500,000 viewers for the past four consecutive weeks, The Daily Caller reported.
However, Fox News in its 14th consecutive week is at the number one spot for cable news viewers, with 2.1 million viewers during primetime and an average of 1.2 million viewers for the day.
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Catherine Smith reports for American Greatness.
Photo “CNN headquarters” by David CC 2.0.