Monday, March 15 Scoreboard: Tucker Carlson Finishes No. 1 Overall; Rachel Maddow, Sean Hannity Split 9 p.m. Hour

By A.J. Katz 

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

Total Day: FNC: 256 | CNN: 231 | MSNBC: 169
Prime: FNC: 457 | CNN: 322 | MSNBC: 301

FNC: CNN: MSNBC:
4PM YourWorld:
205
Tapper:
259
Wallace:
184
5PM Five:
358
Blitzer:
278
Wallace:
6PM Baier: 
262
Blitzer:
268
Melber:
207
7PM Primetime:
271
Burnett:
298
Reid:
216
8PM Carlson:
542
Cooper:
362
Hayes:
219
9PM Hannity:
450
Cuomo:
279
Maddow:
426
10PM Ingraham:
379
Lemon:
325
O’Donnell:
258
11PM Bream:
237
Lemon:
200
Williams:
198

Total Viewers (Live+SD x 1,000)

Total Day: FNC: 1.599 | CNN: 942 | MSNBC: 1.348
Prime: FNC: 2.742 | CNN: 1.229 | MSNBC: 2.323

FNC: CNN: MSNBC:
4PM YourWorld:
1.295
Tapper:
1.150
Wallace:
1.774
5PM Five:
2.924
Blitzer:
1.162
Wallace:
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6PM Baier: 
2.072
Blitzer:
1.049
Melber:
1.541
7PM Primetime:
1.799
Burnett:
1.212
Reid:
1.594
8PM Carlson:
3.196
Cooper:
1.400
Hayes:
1.811
9PM Hannity:
2.853
Cuomo:
1.224
Maddow:
3.034
10PM Ingraham:
2.178
Lemon:
1.065
O’Donnell:
2.123
11PM Bream:
1.253
Lemon:
687
Williams:
1.609

 

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