The CNN TV network, very critical of President Donald Trump, once again lost more of its audience to the point of recording its worst data in three years.
The TV network, which has closely followed the impeachment process initiated by the Democratic opposition against President Trump, has significantly lowered its prime time ratings and in the most attractive age group for advertisers, between 25 and 54, according to the Daily Caller.
In fact, the worst data has been recorded during the days of the public hearings of the impeachment inquiry of President Trump.
In contrast, Fox News continues to lead the cable television sector with the best audiences for the 47th consecutive week with an average of more than 1.3 million viewers overall.
Fox News also leads the best audiences in the 25- to 54-year-old segment for the 17th consecutive week with an average of 222,000 viewers.
And CNN has done nothing but loose audience since the beginning of President Trump’s term of office.
In July, ratings fell by 40% during prime time, according to data reported by Forbes.
The Hill’s analyst, Joe Concha, told Fox News then that the numbers should be taken seriously and that everything pointed to the situation worsening in the third quarter, which in fact has happened.
“Q2 was a particularly news-rich quarter highlighted by the release of the Mueller report and all the aftermath and controversy following it, plus the launch of several high-profile Democratic candidacies including Joe Biden and Pete Buttigieg to propel 2020 coverage into high gear,” Concha told Fox News, adding that the trend indicates that these data will worsen in the third quarter.
CNN recently fired almost all members of the health area, and more than 100 employees agreed to leave their positions in exchange for shares in the chain.
President Donald Trump, the target of CNN’s criticism since he ran for office in 2016, said on July 12 that the numbers show that CNN “lost all credibility.”