The Five Leads Cable Ratings, Shows Growing Demand for Conservative Views

Fox News’s The Five was the big winner in cable network viewership last week, proving once again that conservative voices are in high demand. Despite the NBA playoffs kicking off, Fox News reigned supreme in both prime-time and total day viewership, according to Nielsen data obtained by the Washington Examiner.

Even with ESPN and TNT showcasing the first round of the NBA playoffs, The Five managed to capture an average audience of 3.16 million viewers across four broadcasts, outshining its sports competition. Not only did The Five dominate, but it also trounced MSNBC’s Deadline: White House and CNN’s Situation Room in the 5 p.m. Eastern time slot, showcasing the continued popularity of conservative news programming.

In another victory for conservative media, Fox News’s Gutfeld! surpassed other late-night TV shows with its 2.15 million total viewers and 291,000 viewers in the key 25-54 age demographic. This clear win for Gutfeld! over CBS’s The Late Show with Stephen Colbert and ABC’s Jimmy Kimmel Live! proves that even in the late hours, audiences prefer conservative viewpoints.

Fox News has shown it’s the top choice for viewers seeking conservative perspectives, and its dominance in viewership is a testament to the enduring appeal of fair, balanced, and conservative news coverage. Keep it up, Fox News!

Written by Staff Reports

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