(PatrioticPost.com)- The second quarter ratings this year brought great news for Fox News personality Maria Bartiromo.
According to a study, with over 1.7 million viewers and 245,000 in the demo on Sundays, FNC’s Sunday Morning Futures with Maria Bartiromo claimed the top-rated slot in both viewers and the coveted 25-54 demographic for the second quarter.
The Wrap published an article in 2019 that described how Bartiromo’s hosting of “Sunday Morning Futures” had helped the program become a ratings success.
Her Fox News program has been performing well for more than three years, as seen by data from Nielsen Ratings.
“Sunday Morning Futures” averaged 261,000 viewers during the year, just slightly more than “Watters’ World” on Fox News, which averaged 259,000. In terms of overall viewers, the program has also been the most popular on cable every Sunday at 10 a.m. ET for the past three years. It outperformed competitors, including MSNBC’s “AM Joy” (840,000 total viewers, 135,000 in the demo) and CNN’s “Fareed Zakaria GPS” in 2019, averaging 1.478 million viewers in the time slot (777,000 total viewers, 166,000 in the demo).
According to reports, Bartiromo remarked that the audience respects the program’s legitimacy when asked about the ratings successes. Bartiromo explained that when she first arrived, her ambition was to make a program that was sort of the meeting spot of policy, politics, and business.
What the audience expects to hear and what is beneficial to the audience are her top concerns.
Last Monday, the 5 p.m. show outperformed its rivals by attracting a whopping 3.53 million people. “Tucker Carlson Tonight,” which drew 3.11 million people, was the second-highest-rated cable news program.
Ratings reports show Greg Gutfeld, who co-hosts “The Five” and has a well-liked late-night program called “Gutfeld!” on the weekends, has also had a spectacular year.
Sean Hannity, a Fox News anchor, has surpassed other prime-time cable news hosts in longevity.
The popular host Tucker Carlson’s primetime program broke through yet another significant barrier, becoming the most viewed program among Democrats in the crucial 25–54 age group.
That last one has to sting a little.