CNN is circling the ratings drain. The first quarter ratings for 2018 are in and CNN doesn’t even place in the top 20. This is what happens when a news outlet places more emphasis on agenda than truth. People start tuning out.
Nolte: Ratings Dud CNN Fails to Place in Top 20 Shows of Q1 2018
With the first quarter of 2018 behind us, the ratings show that CNN is already having a humiliating year. Not a single CNN program cracked the top 20 in cable news, and only two CNN programs managed to squeak out a million average total viewers.
For the first quarter of 2018, the highest rated show on the far-left cable channel is Anderson Cooper 360, which came in at a pretty sad #24 and averaged only 1.132 million total viewers.
After that, Erin Burnett rolls into #25 with just 1 million average viewers.
Anti-Trump activist Jake Tapper only managed to attract a sorry 945,000 average viewers while skidding into a humiliating 33rd place. Tapper was walloped by his timeslot competitors. At Fox News, Neil Cavuto came in at #18, with nearly 1.5 million viewers. MSNBC’s Deadline: White House came in at #23 with 1.3 million viewers.
Coming in at #42, the lowest rated show in all of cable news (that airs after 5 a.m.) is Chris Cuomo’s New Day, which has only managed to attract a paltry 609,000 viewers.
CNN isn’t even trying to hide their bias anymore. They are enti-Trump 24/7. They shouldn’t be surprised that people are changing the channel.