TV News Ratings Plummet During Biden’s First 100 Days

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TV news has lost millions of viewers during this first 100 days of the Joe Biden presidency. The big three networks, cable news, and news websites have all lost eyeballs since Donald Trump “lost” the 2020 election.

According to MSN, news organizations are losing millions of fans.

On average, 1.3 million household viewers were watching MSNBC in the last week of January, shortly after Biden took office. For the week ending April 25, that number was 868,000. At CNN, those figures went from 1.2 million to 749,000.

Even perennial ratings leader Fox News is seeing a decline, though a much smaller one compared to its cable competitors, dipping to just 1.2 million from 1.3 million in late January.

Prime-time cable viewership is also down across the board. In the same time comparisons as the full-day ratings, CNN has lost 792,000 viewers, while MSNBC is down 788,000 and Fox is short 348,000.

Network evening news isn’t faring any better. Ratings leader “World News Tonight” at ABC had 1.8 million fewer viewers in the seven days ending April 25 compared to the last week of January.

NBC’s “Nightly News,” in the No. 2 slot, lost 1.7 million viewers in that same period, while CBS is down 1.2 million.

Hilarious news, for certain.

The numbers may not be a big surprise. After all Joe Biden’s fist big speech to the nation was a total failure. According to the ratings, Biden earned just over half the audience Donald Trump earned for his first address to the nation. Biden ended up with 26.9 million viewers. On the other hand, Trump earned nearly 50 million.

America has lost interest in the fake news and Joe Biden is nowhere near as popular as the left claims.

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