Friday, March 11 Scoreboard: The Five Is No. 1 With 3.5 Million Viewers; Tucker Carlson Takes Demo Win

By Mollie Cahillane 

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25-54 Demographic (Live+SD x 1,000)

Total Day: FNC: 354 | CNN: 232 | MSNBC: 121
Prime: FNC: 487 | CNN: 271 | MSNBC: 150

FNC: CNN: MSNBC:
4PM Cavuto:
346
Tapper:
215
Wallace:
127
5PM Five:
506
Tapper:
238
Wallace:
6PM Baier:
407
Blitzer:
213
Melber:
130
7PM Watters:
429
Burnett:
253
Reid:
163
8PM Carlson:
573
Cooper:
280
Hayes:
150
9PM Hannity:
469
Cooper:
244
TRMS:
172
10PM Ingraham:
418
Lemon:
290
O’Donnell:
128
11PM @Night:
382
Lemon:
203
Ruhle:
127

Total Viewers (Live+SD x 1,000)

Total Day: FNC: 2.003 | CNN: 882 | MSNBC: 905
Prime: FNC: 2.779 | CNN: 973 | MSNBC: 1.190

FNC: CNN: MSNBC:
4PM Cavuto:
1.783
Tapper:
1.082
Wallace:
1.246
5PM Five:
3.517
Tapper:
976
Wallace:
—-
6PM Baier:
2.615
Blitzer:
880
Melber:
1.243
7PM Watters:
2.651
Burnett:
978
Reid:
956
8PM Carlson:
3.374
Cooper:
1.140
Hayes:
1.192
9PM Hannity:
2.746
Cooper:
922
TRMS:
1.345
10PM Ingraham:
2.216
Lemon:
857
O’Donnell:
1.033
11PM @Night:
1.474
Lemon:
674
Ruhle:
776

 

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