Monday, April 6 Scoreboard: Tucker Carlson Was No. 1 for the Night; Sean Hannity and Chris Cuomo Split 9 p.m. Hour

By A.J. Katz 

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

Total Day: FNC: 663 | CNN: 524 | MSNBC: 326
Prime: FNC: 857 | CNN: 745 | MSNBC: 454

FNC: CNN: MSNBC:
4PM Cavuto:
666
Tapper:
644
Wallace:
397
5PM Five:
1.103
Blitzer.:
679
MTP/PrsCnf.:
342/432
6PM Baier: 
1.310
Blitzer.:
687
cont.:
7PM MacCallum:
1.309
Burnett:
663
cont./Live:
—/346
8PM Carlson:
1.026
Cooper:
733
Hayes:
384
9PM Hannity:
816
Cuomo:
834
Maddow:
552
10PM Ingraham:
729
Lemon:
662
O’Donnell:
426
11PM Bream:
560
Lemon:
478
Williams:
361

Total Viewers (Live+SD x 1,000)

Total Day: FNC: 3.073 | CNN: 1.726 | MSNBC: 1.773
Prime: FNC: 4.374 | CNN: 2.313 | MSNBC: 2.554

FNC CNN MSNBC:
4PM Cavuto:
2.901
Tapper:
2.198
Wallace:
2.513
5PM Five:
5.220
Blitzer:
2.248
MTP/PrsCnf.:
2.209/2.188
6PM Baier: 
6.053
Blitzer:
2.153
cont.:
—-
7PM MacCallum:
5.463
Burnett:
2.004
cont./Live:
—-/2.142
8PM Carlson:
4.902
Cooper:
2.180
Hayes:
2.146
9PM Hannity:
4.451
Cuomo:
2.631
Maddow:
3.172
10PM Ingraham:
3.765
Lemon:
2.120
O’Donnell:
2.345
11PM Bream:
2.241
Lemon:
1.396
Williams:
2.074

 

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