Fox News Takes Primetime Air From CNN Is It Clobbers Networks In Ratings

( Fox News is still riding extremely high cable ratings, beating CNN and all other left-wing news outlets in virtually every demographic and time slot.

The Five, a flagship panel show for Fox, came first in all of cable news for both total viewers and demographics on Friday, drawing 3.77 million viewers and 647,000 in the crucial 25-54 age range that advertisers look for in TV news and programming. The Five drew so many viewers that it even beat Tucker Carlson, the most popular man in cable news, as well as Fox News big names Sean Hannity and Laura Ingraham.

But that isn’t the end of the story. In fact, The Five drew millions more viewers than some of its top competition on other networks. Deadline: White House, hosted by Nicolle Wallace on MSNBC, only managed to pull in 1.45 million viewers. That’s significantly less than half what The Five pulled in. Wallace also only attracted 154,000 viewers in the crucial age demographic over two hours, airing between 4pm and 6pm.

It means that even young people are tuning out of left-wing news outlets, preferring to watch right-leaning networks like Fox.

Looking at viewers in the necessary age demographic alone, The Five pulled in over four times more than Deadline.

Things are really not looking good for left-wing news outlets these days…could it have something to do with the fact that former President Donald Trump is no longer in the White House?

Now they can’t spread conspiracy theories about the president, there’s no reason for people to tune in and laugh at them.