Tuesday, March 31 Scoreboard: For the Second Consecutive Night, Tucker Carlson Was No. 1 on Cable News

By A.J. Katz 

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

Total Day: FNC: 706 | CNN: 579| MSNBC: 321
Prime: FNC: 934 | CNN: 810 | MSNBC: 425

FNC: CNN: MSNBC:
4PM Cavuto:
639
Tapper:
662
Wallace:
348
5PM Five:
1215
Blitzer:
778
MTP/PrsCnf.:
351/411
6PM Baier: 
1415
Cont.:
cont.:
7PM MacCallum:
1232
Cont.:
Cont./News:
—/372
8PM Carlson:
1016
Cooper:
785
Hayes:
356
9PM Hannity:
958
Cuomo:
936
Maddow:
556
10PM Ingraham:
828
Lemon:
708
NBC Spcl:
363
11PM Bream:
516
Lemon:
506
Williams:
351

Total Viewers (Live+SD x 1,000)

Total Day: FNC: 3.124 | CNN: 1.785 | MSNBC: 1.737
Prime: FNC: 4.557 | CNN: 2.438 | MSNBC: 2.394

FNC CNN MSNBC:
4PM Cavuto:
2.931
Tapper:
2.185
Wallace:
2.336
5PM Five:
5.512
Blitzer:
2.579
MTP/PrsCnf:
2.086/2.118
6PM Baier: 
6.095
cont.:
—-
cont.:
—-
7PM MacCallum:
5.075
cont.:
—-
Cont./News:
—-/2.047
8PM Carlson:
5.016
Cooper:
2.411
Hayes:
1.946
9PM Hannity:
4.788
Cuomo:
2.822
Maddow:
3.167
10PM Ingraham:
3.862
Lemon:
2.082
O’Donnell:
2.069
11PM Bream:
2.127
Lemon:
1.403
Williams:
1.940
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