WINNING! Fox News dominates Cable News hosting 3 of top 4 shows

Fox News is continuing its dominace with 3 of the Top 4 hosts with the most viewers coming from Fox.

The Hill:

Hannity and Tucker Carlson took the top-two spots overall in the cable news ratings race, delivering an average of 3.37 million viewers and 2.70 million viewers respectively in winning their respective timeslots of 9 p.m. and 8 p.m. ET.

MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow continued to have MSNBC’s top-rated program, with the Oxford Rhodes Scholar registering an average of 2.67 million viewers per night in taking third place.

Laura Ingraham, coming off her highest-rated quarter since launching in October 2017, finished fourth overall while winning her 10 p.m. timeslot, averaging 2.61 million viewers per night and topping MSNBC’s Lawrence O’Donnell’s 2.117 million viewers.

In the 25- to 54-year-old demographic that advertisers covet most, the top 5 rankings hold, with Hannity averaging 623,000 viewers in taking first in the category.

Carlson finished second with 524,00 viewers in the demographic, with Maddow third with 511,000, Ingraham fourth with 489,000 and Fox’s “The Five” rounding the category out with an average of 393,000 viewers.

Fox News has now officially become the outlet of the America First movement. By joining up with what the grass roots is talking about they have become the voice of the Conservative movement.

All three of these hosts talk about reports that you would find on all the other major Conservative outlets.


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