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Cable News Ratings for Thursday, October 25, 2012

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October 26th, 2012

 

 

Live + Same Day Cable News Daily Ratings for Thursday, October 25, 2012

P2+ (000s) 25-54 (000s) 35-64 (000s)
Total Day
FNC    1,739        397         768
CNN      356        111         152
MSNBC      769        270         393
CNBC      178         53           88
FBN        63         14           27
HLN      222         79         100
Primetime P2+ (000s) 25-54 (000s) 35-64 (000s)
FNC    3,302        697       1,375
CNN      464        178         212
MSNBC    1,470        519         758
CNBC      192         90         106
FBN        67         21           32
HLN      366        121         159
Net Morning programs (6-9 AM) P2+ (000s) 25-54 (000s) 35-64 (000s)
FNC FOX & Friends    1,553        406         798
CNN Early Start/Starting Point      222         87         103
MSNBC Morning Joe      598        217         338
CNBC Squawk Box      112         38           51
HLN Morning Express w/ Meade      232        124         161
Net 5PM P2+ (000s) 25-54 (000s) 35-64 (000s)
FNC FIVE, THE    2,368        438         973
CNN Situation Room      596        128         208
MSNBC Hardball WITH C. MATTHEWS    1,202        348         573
CNBC FAST MONEY      220         26         118
HLN EVENING EXPRESS      144         41           48
Net 6PM P2+ (000s) 25-54 (000s) 35-64 (000s)
FNC SPECIAL RPT W/BRET BAIER    2,651        468       1,011
CNN Situation Room      470        146         228
MSNBC POLITICS NATION    1,141        332         541
CNBC Mad Money      163         32           86
HLN EVENING EXPRESS      215         52           80
Net 7PM P2+ (000s) 25-54 (000s) 35-64 (000s)
FNC The Fox Report W/S.SMITH    2,401        489       1,045
CNN ERIN BURNETT OUTFRONT      533        172         226
MSNBC Hardball WITH C. MATTHEWS    1,198        375         673
CNBC Kudlow Report      216         12           76
HLN JANE VELEZ-MITCHELL      359        102         121
Net 8PM P2+ (000s) 25-54 (000s) 35-64 (000s)
FNC THE OREILLY FACTOR    3,935        755       1,614
CNN Anderson Cooper 360      500        183         216
MSNBC Ed Show    1,370        441         686
CNBC BILLIONS BEHIND BARS      143         57           73
HLN Nancy Grace      452        135         189
Net 9PM P2+ (000s) 25-54 (000s) 35-64 (000s)
FNC Hannity    3,080        683       1,287
CNN Piers Morgan Tonight      503        181         221
MSNBC Rachel Maddow Show    1,589        595         831
CNBC CRIME INC: COUNTERFEIT      190         96         120
HLN What Would You Do      282         77         118
Net 10PM P2+ (000s) 25-54 (000s) 35-64 (000s)
FNC ON THE RECORD W/GRETA    2,867        654       1,219
CNN Anderson Cooper 360      389        169         199
MSNBC Last Word W/ L. ODONNELL    1,448        520         755
CNBC AMERICAN GREED      244        117         124
HLN What Would You Do      363        152         170
Net 11PM P2+ (000s) 25-54 (000s) 35-64 (000s)
FNC THE OREILLY FACTOR    1,907        575         985
CNN ERIN BURNETT OUTFRONT      303        164         163
MSNBC Ed Show      832        313         404
CNBC Mad Money      171         83           74
HLN SHOWBIZ TONIGHT      223         66         100

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For other days cable news ratings click here.

P2+ = viewers over the age of 2

(25-54) = Adults 25-54 viewing

(35-64) = Adults 35-64 viewing

Prime Time = 8-11pm

LIVE+SD: The number that watched a program either while it was broadcast OR watched via DVR on the same day [through 3AM the next day] the program was broadcast. For more information see Numbers 101.

Scratch = when a show's audience fails to meet minimum Nielsen reporting levels. For more information go here.

Nielsen Cable Network Coverage Estimates (as of July, 2012)

CNN/HLN: 99.727 million HHs

CNBC: 97.497 million HHs

FNC: 97.981 million HHs

MSNBC: 95.526 million HHs

Fox Business: 68.407 million HHs

Nielsen TV Ratings Data: ©2012 The Nielsen Company. All Rights Reserved.

 
  • Coffee Steve

    @Ratboy
    I was CONVICTED as “Most likely to cause trouble” in high school!!!

    LOL

    By the way, one way you can get a flavor of how the Election is really going? Pick your swing State’s newspapers and Local TV stations and read the political pages. You’ll get a local feel and not be tainted by the MSM.

    That’s another reason I think Romney will pull this out, you can tell by reading them whom they feel is on top.

  • Coffee Steve

    @Ratboy

    Tell ya a little secret dude. This Friday and Saturday most of the networks will do their final polling, they will still give the numbers on the skewed oversample stuff to the public. But privately they will also sample it even and a +3 Dem and +3 GOP or something like that, and “IF” you see the left leaners on Networks starting the blame or excuse game, it’s over. If you see the Right leaners start the same, then Obama may have a shot.

    Start listening to the anchors, but listen for the message and not just what they say. You’ll know Saturday if Romney will win big or if it’s a dead heat.

  • usnretiredx2

    @1966 & Coffee Steve

    Went to the first 3 days of the 1st semester and the last three days of the 2nd semester of ninth grade. The time in between I was bumming the halls for spare change. That was my high school experience.

  • Coffee Steve

    @usnretiredx2
    That was my high school experience.

    I gatta admit, I had a ball in school, hangin with my Brother, he was 2 grades ahead of me though, playing football, basketball, running track and Cross country. I didn’t have much time to get in real trouble.

  • usnretiredx2

    @1966, Coffee Steve, & Ratboy

    “I was CONVICTED as “Most likely to cause trouble” in high school!!! ”

    I was the guy that you kept your daughters away from. :twisted:

    Hair down to the middle of my back, head band, elephant bell pants, self tiedye t-shirts, wire rim glasses…….

  • Coffee Steve

    :shock:

    As I SPEAK Rats, Just heard a guy go ballistic on local talk here just flat out saying that Chair of the DNC, Debbie Wasserman-Schultz is the worst chair they have every appointed and says under her leadership she has been all but non-existent because every time she opened her mouth Obama’s numbers sank :shock:

  • usnretiredx2

    @Coffee Steve

    Well it was high school for you, me, quit school and left home at 16, joined the Navy at 17 and was running the streets of places like Hong Kong and Olongapo PI 3 months later.

    I had a blast………. :twisted:

  • Coffee Steve

    @USN
    Hair down to the middle of my back, head band, elephant bell pants, self tiedye t-shirts, wire rim glasses

    That sounds like one of my “FORMER” son-in-laws :P

  • Coffee Steve

    @USN

    My Dad did the same, a nun smacked his hands for something he didn’t do, and in the 7th grade he climbed out the window and never returned, later he hung with Victor Mature, (Later an Actor) In Louisville, They sold paper bags to stores and cut grass and stuff and when 17 he joined the Navy too.

  • usnretiredx2

    @Coffee Steve

    “That sounds like one of my “FORMER” son-in-laws”

    Which brings me back to my prior post.

    ” I was the guy that you kept your daughters away from.”

  • Coffee Steve

    PS:
    Victor Mature wanted to join too, but had flat feet or something that he couldn’t enlist.

  • Coffee Steve

    @USN
    ” I was the guy that you kept your daughters away from.”

    Well you turned out OK :P (Hopefully) LOL

  • 1966

    friday is open

  • Coffee Steve

    Sandy will cost anywhere from 20-50 Billion Dollars

  • usnretiredx2

    @Coffee Steve

    “Well you turned out OK (Hopefully) LOL”

    Nope, just ask the Mark’s.

    Plus,how could a 8th grade grad make it without getting help from the USG.

    So I must be a bumm :twisted:

  • Coffee Steve

    LOL

  • Ratboy

    @ usnretiredx2
    Posted October 30, 2012 at 9:40 AM
    @1966, Coffee Steve, & Ratboy

    “I was CONVICTED as “Most likely to cause trouble” in high school!!! ”

    I was the guy that you kept your daughters away from.

    Hair down to the middle of my back, head band, elephant bell pants, self tiedye t-shirts, wire rim glasses

    You just described my Sunday go to meetin look from my high school days!

  • usnretiredx2

    2008 …. Jan …. 5.0 …. 146,397,000 …. 9.2 …. 78,541,000
    …… …. Feb …. 4.9 …. 146,157,000 …. 9.0 …. 79,162,000
    …… …. Mar …. 5.1 …. 146,108,000 …. 9.1 …. 79,070,000
    …… …. Apr …. 5.0 …. 146,130,000 …. 9.2 …. 79,437,000
    …… …. May …. 5.4 …. 145,929,000 …. 9.7 …. 79,080,000
    …… …. Jun …. 5.6 …. 145,738,000 …. 10.1 …. 79,311,000
    …… …. Jul …. 5.8 …. 145,530,000 …. 10.5 …. 79,384,000
    …… …. Aug …. 6.1 …. 145,196,000 …. 10.8 …. 79,460,000
    …… …. Sep …. 6.1 …. 145,059,000 …. 11.1 …. 79,801,000
    …… …. Oct …. 6.5 …. 144,792,000 …. 11.8 …. 79,737,000
    …… …. Nov …. 6.8 …. 144,078,000 …. 12.7 …. 80,206,000
    …… …. Dec …. 7.3 …. 143,328,000 …. 13.5 …. 80,408,000
    2009 …. Jan …. 7.8 …. 142,187,000 …. 14.2 …. 80,502,000
    …… …. Feb …. 8.3 …. 141,660,000 …. 15.1 …. 80,392,000
    …… …. Mar …. 8.7 …. 140,754,000 …. 15.7 …. 80,942,000
    …… …. Apr …. 8.9 …. 140,654,000 …. 15.8 …. 80,822,000
    …… …. May …. 9.4 …. 140,294,000 …. 16.4 …. 80,652,000
    …… …. Jun …. 9.5 …. 140,003,000 …. 16.5 …. 80,925,000
    …… …. Jul …. 9.5 …. 139,891,000 …. 16.5 …. 81,332,000
    …… …. Aug …. 9.6 …. 139,458,000 …. 16.7 …. 81,768,000
    …… …. Sep …. 9.8 …. 138,775,000 …. 16.8 …. 82,536,000
    …… …. Oct …. 10.0 …. 138,401,000 …. 17.2 …. 82,728,000
    …… …. Nov …. 9.9 …. 138,607,000 …. 17.1 …. 82,909,000
    …… …. Dec …. 9.9 …. 137,968,000 …. 17.1 …. 83,833,000
    2010 …. Jan …. 9.7 …. 138,500,000 …. 16.7 …. 83,379,000
    …… …. Feb …. 9.8 …. 138,665,000 …. 16.9 …. 83,295,000
    …… …. Mar …. 9.8 …. 138,836,000 …. 16.9 …. 83,195,000
    …… …. Apr …. 9.9 …. 139,306,000 …. 17.0 …. 82,801,000
    …… …. May …. 9.6 …. 139,340,000 …. 16.6 …. 83,284,000
    …… …. Jun …. 9.4 …. 139,137,000 …. 16.5 …. 84,037,000
    …… …. Jul …. 9.5 …. 139,139,000 …. 16.5 …. 84,142,000
    …… …. Aug …. 9.6 …. 139,338,000 …. 16.6 …. 84,026,000
    …… …. Sep …. 9.5 …. 139,344,000 …. 16.9 …. 84,404,000
    …… …. Oct …. 9.5 …. 139,072,000 …. 16.8 …. 84,822,000
    …… …. Nov …. 9.8 …. 138,937,000 …. 16.9 …. 84,674,000
    …… …. Dec …. 9.4 …. 139,220,000 …. 16.6 …. 85,276,000
    2011 …. Jan …. 9.1 …. 139,330,000 …. 16.1 …. 85,454,000
    …… …. Feb …. 9.0 …. 139,551,000 …. 15.9 …. 85,550,000
    …… …. Mar …. 8.9 …. 139,764,000 …. 15.7 …. 85,608,000
    …… …. Apr …. 9.0 …. 139,628,000 …. 15.9 …. 85,726,000
    …… …. May …. 9.0 …. 139,808,000 …. 15.8 …. 85,613,000
    …… …. Jun …. 9.1 …. 139,385,000 …. 16.2 …. 86,080,000
    …… …. Jul …. 9.1 …. 139,450,000 …. 16.1 …. 86,313,000
    …… …. Aug …. 9.1 …. 139,754,000 …. 16.2 …. 86,198,000
    …… …. Sep …. 9.0 …. 140,107,000 …. 16.4 …. 86,067,000
    …… …. Oct …. 8.9 …. 140,297,000 …. 16.0 …. 86,213,000
    …… …. Nov …. 8.7 …. 140,614,000 …. 15.6 …. 86,503,000
    …… …. Dec …. 8.5 …. 140,790,000 …. 15.2 …. 86,697,000
    2012 …. Jan …. 8.3 …. 141,637,000 …. 15.1 …. 87,874,000
    …… …. Feb …. 8.3 …. 142,065,000 …. 14.9 …. 87,564,000
    …… …. Mar …. 8.2 …. 142,034,000 …. 14.5 …. 87,897,000
    …… …. Apr …. 8.1 …. 141,865,000 …. 14.5 …. 88,419,000
    …… …. May …. 8.2 …. 142,287,000 …. 14.8 …. 87,958,000
    …… …. Jun …. 8.2 …. 142,415,000 …. 14.9 …. 87,992,000
    …… …. Jul …. 8.3 …. 142,220,000 …. 15.0 …. 88,340,000
    …… …. Aug …. 8.1 …. 142,101,000 …. 14.7 …. 88,921,000
    …… …. Sep …. 7.8 …. 142,974,000 …. 14.7 …. 88,710,000
    …. Oct …. 7.9 …. 143,384,000 …. 14.6 …. 88,341,000

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