If ratings are any indication, Americans are interested in conservative news coverage.
The cable news ratings continue to be dominated by Fox News.
The program “The Five” has the highest ratings on Fox News.
On Monday, the 5 p.m. program significantly outperformed its rivals, attracting 3.53 million people.
“Tucker Carlson Tonight,” also on Fox News, was the second highest-rated cable news program, with 3.11 million total viewers.
In April, Carlson’s news program received the highest ratings among those aged 25–54, ranking second overall behind The Five.
In April, Jesse Watters Primetime ranked third, after Hannity and Bret Baier.
According to recent statistics, Fox News programs continue to attract more people than ever before.
In contrast, some news programs report dismal numbers.
“In the key 25-54 age demographic, The Five also landed in first place with 498,000 viewers. Tucker Carlson brought in 409,000 viewers to come in second in the demo. Rachel Maddow led MSNBC with 2.28 million total viewers, making her the most-watched female host on Monday night as she just beat out Laura Ingraham’s 2.02 million total viewers. Jake Tapper led CNN with 541,000 total viewers at 5 p.m.,”Mediaite reported.
Conservative Brief reported the following breakdown of ratings:
1.70 million for Fox News
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