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post #236 of (permalink) Old 01-15-2013, 06:07 PM
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Re: Official Raw Ratings Thread 2013

3.24. The most watched RAW since RAW 1000.

The 20th Anniversary of WWE Raw on Monday, January 14 scored a 3.24 rating, up one-tenth from last week's 3.14 rating for The Rock's return. Last week's Raw faced the BCS National Title game; this week was the first Raw unopposed by football in five months.

- Raw averaged 4.55 million viewers, which was up three percent from an average of 4.42 million viewers last week.

However, the Viewership Drop-Off returned. The third hour was the least-watched hour of the show, drawing slightly fewer viewers than the first hour in the new timeslot.

But, in the demographic ratings, the third hour was the highest rated among key males for Ric Flair's TV appearance, John Cena vs. Dolph Ziggler in the cage, and the Rock Concert.

Hourly Break Down: 4.50 million first hour viewers, peak of 4.68 million second hour viewers, and a five percent drop-off to 4.47 million third hour viewers.

It marks 24 out of 26 Raw episodes during the three-hour era where third hour viewership has declined from the second hour.

- On cable TV Monday night, Raw ranked #1 in overall viewers and in the key male demos, removing football from the competition.

In the week-to-week demos, Raw was up slightly compared to last week. The biggest increase was one-tenth among males 18-49, which reached the highest rating since August 27.
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