CNN’s decision to become a 24/7 anti-Trump network continues to cost them viewers and ratings.
FOX News is crushing them in numbers and it’s not even close.
John Nolte reports at Breitbart:
Nolte: Fox News More than Triples CNN’s Collapsing Viewership
Even with the Democrat primary in high gear, the U.S.S. CNN’s ratings are still beyond pathetic.
The far-left CNN, a hate network that spreads conspiracy theories and promotes violence against President Trump and his supporters, could not even average a million viewers during the same week New Hampshire came out to vote.
Worse still, CNN’s chief nemesis, Fox News, annihilated the fake news network in the ratings by averaging more than three times — three times! — as many primetime viewers as CNNLOL.
Here’s the primetime breakdown of average viewers during the week of February 10:
Fox: 3.2 million
MSNBC: 1.677 million
As you can see, during the first presidential primary in four years (Iowa is a caucus), CNNLOL belly-flopped into ninth place, losing to HGTV, TLC, the History Channel, and only barely beating the Hallmark Channel…
Seriously, how is it even possible for a cable channel that’s currently available in some 85 million homes to attract only 630,000 average viewers throughout the day — especially during the week of the New Hampshire primary?
Things got even worse for CNN this week when the Democrat debate was broadcast on MSNBC.
FOX News reports:
NBC’s Dem debate leaves liberal CNN with lowly viewership
The Democrats’ debate Wednesday night proved to be the latest challenge for struggling CNN.
As liberal viewers flocked to NBC and MSNBC for the debate, there weren’t many left for CNN, which averaged a dismal 569,000 viewers from 9-11 p.m. ET.
Nearly 20 million people watched the debate on MSNBC and NBC combined, while Fox News averaged 3.1 million viewers over the same time period.
CNN’s viewership was especially low among the key demographic of adults age 25-54, averaging only 149,000 during the debate while FNC averaged 551,000. CNN’s demo turnout was smaller than the primetime averages of 31 different cable networks during the month of January.
How much longer can CNN stay afloat with such dismal numbers?
It doesn’t seem sustainable.