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Monday’s Raw rebounded slightly in TV ratings and viewership leading into Survivor Series, but still remains woefully behind the same week in 2014.
WWE Raw TV Ratings
— November 16: Raw scored a 2.28 rating, up from a 2.23 rating last week, but down from a 2.32 rating two weeks ago.
Despite the overall rating increasing, Raw was down slightly in the key demographics of males 18-34 & 18-49 compared to last week’s show.
– Raw’s viewership increased four percent from last week, drawing the most viewers since the end of October.
Raw averaged 3.292 million viewers, up from the year-low audience of 3.173 million viewers last week.
Hourly Break Down:
- 3.541 million first hour viewers
- 3.290 million second hour viewers
- 3.047 million third hour viewers (8% decline from 2H and 14% decline from 1H)
– One year ago this week, Raw scored a 2.75 rating, up five-tenths of a rating from this year’s rating.
Included is the following demo comparison:
- A18-49: 1.25 rating in 2014 vs. 1.12 rating in 2015 (down 10%)
- M18-49: 1.68 rating in 2014 vs. 1.49 rating in 2015 (down 11%)
- M18-34: 1.75 rating in 2014 vs. 1.50 rating in 2015 (down 14%)