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Democrats Are Beating Republicans in Convention TV Ratings

By Fortune, July 27, 2016 

Democrats beat Republicans in U.S. television ratings, according to Nielsen data released on Tuesday for the first night of the Democratic National Convention.

An estimated 26 million people watched Monday evening between 10 p.m. to 11:30 p.m. Eastern time, when First Lady Michelle Obama and Senator Bernie Sanders were among the key speakers, Nielsen said. The data represents people watching across seven broadcast and cable TV networks.

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    RATINGS: More People Watched Donald Trump’s Acceptance Speech Than Hillary Clinton’s

    2:24 PM 07/29/2016

    PHILADELPHIA — Four million fewer people tuned in to see Hillary Clinton accept the Democratic nomination Thursday night than watched Donald Trump accept the Republican one.

    According to Nielsen Media Research data published Friday, an estimated 27.8 million people watched Hillary Clinton address the delegates in the Wells Fargo Center on the final night of the Democratic National Convention.

    Meanwhile, an estimated 32.2 million people watched Donald Trump give his acceptance speech at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland last Thursday. (An additional 2.65 million viewers watched Trump’s speech on PBS, while another 3.9 million watched Clinton’s on PBS.)

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