Biden’s Viewership For Speech To Congress Pulled In 75 Percent Fewer Viewers Than Trump

Biden’s Viewership For Speech To Congress Pulled In 75 Percent Fewer Viewers Than Trump

Only around 11.6 million people tuned in to watch President Joe Biden deliver an address to Congress earlier this week, according to the initial data that was released from Nielsen.

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You have to wonder, if the man was so popular last year and managed to soundly defeat former President Donald Trump in the general election, why does nobody seem to care about what he says?

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The initial data include viewers from Walt Disney Co.’s ABC, Comcast Corp’s NBC, ViacomCBS Inc’s CBS, and Fox, but not viewers on cable news networks like Fox News, CNN, and MSNBC.

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Biden’s speech drew in less than 75% of the viewership former President Donald Trump’s speech congressional drew. In 2017, Trump saw 48 million viewers, followed by 46 million in 2018, 46.8 million in 2019,and 37.2 million in 2020.

Perhaps the reason so few folks tuned into the speech is because, well, not the many people actually like him? So how did we win the election? That, my friends, is a really, really good question, isn’t it?

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While Trump may not have been everyone’s favorite flavor of entertainment, he at least wasn’t dull or boring to listen to, unlike Crazy Uncle Joe.