CNN Ratings Decline Nearly 30 Percent

The rate of declining viewership for CNN in early May is alarming.

The liberal news network regularly referred to as “fake news” by President Trump, is suffering from a lack of credibility.

Breitbart reports:

With week two of May 2018 now in the books, we find that CNN’s ratings have collapsed even more than last week, close to -30 percent in total viewers and an astonishing -35 percent in demo viewers.

While no one in the media want to talk about it, CNN’s relentless fake news sprees have not only created a massive credibility problem for the hate network, the far-left cable channel’s ratings crisis is even more severe.

CNN’s downward trend correlates with a series of recent accomplishments for President Trump, especially the release of three Americans detained in North Korea.

Last week, during the all-important primetime hours, CNN was only able to average 844K total viewers. During this same week last year, CNN averaged 1.191 million. That is a -29 percent collapse.

CNN’s average total day viewers disintegrated by -25 percent, 841K compared to 635K.

In other words, throughout the day last week, CNN could only attract an average of 635,000 total viewers.

The consequences of CNN’s misleading news reports about President Trump and his administration are evident.

Incredibly, CNN’s second week of May this year was even worse than the first week, which was already catastrophic. During week one, CNN attracted a dismal 859K primetime viewers, but that was still better than week two, which dropped even further to 844K. In total day viewers, the anti-Trump channel dipped from a ruinous week one of just 649K viewers to an even more ruinous week two of 635K.

Lack of honesty is taking a toll on CNN’s credibility and ratings.

 

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