Aggressive CNN Reveals post-election Spike in viewership

NEW YORK — Since the election, CNN has been around one of its greatest aggressive rolls in nearly two years, enough it is carrying out newspaper ads touting its success.

Between Nov. 4 and Sunday, CNN has averaged 1.73 million viewers, more than twice a year before, the Nielsen company stated. Fox News Channel had 1.56 million and MSNBC’d 1.53 million.

It is the first time since December 2001, that the newsy interval after the Sept. 11 terrorist assault, which CNN has conquered Fox News in this dimension for so long as a month,” Nielsen said.

“Since the day following the election, there’s been a clear winner,” CNN said in advertisements over the weekend which boast of the success while at the same time appearing to tweak President Donald Trump’s fictitious assertion he beat Democrat Joe Biden.

CNN has revealed improvement across various areas of the afternoon, though Fox News’ strong prime-time lineup has lasted on top.

Fox News appears hurt with a frequent happening in election years: networks whose crowd is dominated by supporters of one particular offender — Trump in this situation — view a few gloomy viewers slide away when that candidate loses.

That is most evident during daytime hours, even when Fox was down 10 percent compared to a year ago, Nielsen said.

In primetime, Fox News led all cable networks using an average of 2.65 million audiences. ESPN’s 2.45 million, MSNBC had 2.18 million, CNN had 1.92 million and Hallmark’d 1.67 million.

Among the broadcast networks, NBC headed past with a prime period average of 6 million viewers. CBS 5.2 million, ABC’d 3.8 million, Fox had 2.1 million, Univision had 1.4 million, Telemundo’d 990,000 and Ion TV’d 950,000.

NBC’s”Nightly News”‘d 8.3 million viewers, as well as the”CBS Evening News”, had 6.4 million.

1. NFL Football: Denver at Kansas City, NBC, 17.07 million.

2. “NFL Postgame,” Fox, 12.31 million.

3. NFL Football: Seattle at Philadelphia, ESPN, 11.88 million.

4. “60 Minutes,” CBS, 11.47 million.

5. “NFL Pregame,” NBC, 11.14 million.

6. “Football Night in America” (Sunday, 7:56 p.m.), NBC, 9.09 million.

7. “Young Sheldon,” CBS, 7.58 million.

8. “Christmas in Rockefeller Center,” NBC, 7.41 million.

9. “The Voice” (Monday), NBC, 7.18 million.

10. “The Voice” (Tuesday), NBC, 7.13 million.

11. “Football Night in America” (Sunday, 7:30 p.m.), NBC, 7.05 million.

12. “The Masked Singer,” Fox, 6.57 million.

13. “Blue Bloods,” CBS, 6.44 million.

14. “A Holly Dolly Christmas,” CBS, 6.42 million.

15. “Monday Night Kickoff,” ESPN, 6.04 million.

16. “Grey’s Anatomy,” ABC, 5.873 million.

17. “Rudolph the Red-Nose Reindeer,” CBS, 5.866 million.

18. “Disney Holiday Singalong,” ABC, 5.72 million.

19. “Station 19,” ABC, 5.59 million.

20. “The Neighborhood,” CBS, 5.52 million.