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MEET THE PRESS WITH CHUCK TODD WINS AGAIN; #1 ACROSS THE BOARD

Only Sunday Show to Deliver More Than 3 Million Total Viewers

Tops Competition by Double Digits Across the Board

Ranks #1 Across the Board Season to Date

November 12, 2019 – Meet the Press with Chuck Todd (MTP) won this past Sunday, November 10 as the #1 most-watched Sunday show across the board, according to Nielsen Media Research.

Sunday’s broadcast featured exclusive interviews with Sen. Rand Paul, Rep. Jim Himes, and Sen. Sherrod Brown and averaged 3.233 million total viewers. MTP topped both ABC’s This Week and CBS’s Face the Nation by double-digits: +20 percent (+530,000) ahead of ABC and +10 percent (+298,000) more than CBS. Compared to last Sunday, MTP’s total viewership was up six percent (+172,000).

MTP also won in the demo most valued by news advertisers, again topping both ABC and CBS by double-digits. 727,000 A25-54 key demo viewers tuned in to the Sunday program: +15 percent (+93,000) more than ABC and +19 percent (+114,000) more than CBS.

Season-to-date, MTP is the #1 most-watched Sunday show across the board, delivering its best total viewer lead over ABC in eight years and CBS in ten years.

MTP continues to dominate the influential Washington, D.C. market, outperforming its competition combined among A25-54 key demo viewers and winning every Sunday with total viewers for more than four straight years (since March 22, 2015).

An additional 1.124 million total viewers and 291,000 A25-54 viewers watched the Sunday program through rebroadcasts on NBC and MSNBC.

Tune in to MSNBC’s MTP Daily weekdays at 5 p.m. for more from moderator Chuck Todd, and follow the broadcast on Facebook and on Twitter for the latest.

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NATIONAL AVERAGES – SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 2019

Show Name Net Duration (minutes)Total Viewers A25-54 Viewers
MEET THE PRESS NBC 503233727
FACE THE NATION HALF-HOURCBS302935613
FACE THE NATION HOURCBS602396481
THIS WEEKABC322703633
FOX NEWS SUNDAYFOX601289382

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