American News May 26, 2021 5:47 AM EST

‘Fake News’ CNN lost 70 percent of its viewers after not being able to focus on Trump all day

CNN lost nearly 65 percent of its prime time viewers since January. The current CNN prime time lineup includes Chris Cuomo, Anderson Cooper, and Don Lemon. The network lost 71 percent of its total viewers in the 25-54 age demographic.

‘Fake News’ CNN lost 70 percent of its viewers after not being able to focus on Trump all day
Katie Daviscourt Seattle, WA
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Democrat news network CNN lost 67 percent of its viewers after former President Donald Trump left the White House, ratings from Neilsen Media Research exposed on Tuesday.

CNN lost nearly 65 percent of its prime time viewers since January. The current CNN prime time lineup includes Chris Cuomo, Anderson Cooper, and Don Lemon. The network lost 71 percent of its total viewers in the 25-54 age demographic.

CNN hailed as one of former President Trump’s greatest enemies, which led to Trump dubbing them "Fake News" after the network became notorious for publishing selectively edited clips to paint a false narrative to its viewers.

Ratings for CNN’s New Day have also drastically plummeted with this weeks show having the least-watched week of the year, Daily Caller reported.

This week, only 461,000 total viewers tuned into CNN’s New Day. Viewers in the 25-54 age demographic totaled only 108,000. The Daily Caller reported that the show "averaged less than 500,000 viewers for the past four consecutive weeks."

Although CNN saw the biggest drop in ratings, all mainstream media news networks took a hit. MSNBC saw a 49 percent drop in total viewership between January and May, coming in second to CNN. While Fox News also lost viewership, their plummet was the least substantial losing on 12 percent to 15 percent between January and May.

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