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Whatever Is Hurting NFL's TV Ratings Is Not Hurting The World Series


By Business Insider, Oct 27, 2016 

The NFL's television ratings are down across the board and the league has blamed the decline on the presidential election. However, if that were the biggest reason, we would expect to see a similar decline in the MLB playoffs and that has not been the case.

After posting strong TV ratings during the early rounds of the playoffs, the World Series is off to a huge start with fans, averaging more than 19.0 million viewers through two games, according to Sports Media Watch. That's up 32% from last year and matches the Yankees-Phillies matchup in 2009 for the top-rated World Series in the past 11 years.
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1 comment:

  1. Whatever is hurting NFL ratings? Its obvious. People are boycotting the NFL because players are disprespecting the National Anthem, this Country, and the men and women who defend it. And the NFL is allowing this awful behavior. The ratings will continue to go down as long as the players continue being disprespectful.

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