Raw Rating: Rating ticks up for second straight week, but falls to third place in key demo ratings, more key metrics

By Wade Keller, PWTorch editor



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Monday night’s episode of WWE Raw drew a 1.66 rating, up from last week’s 1.63 and the prior week’s 1.54. It closes out June, which averaged a 1.64 rating. That’s down from 1.88 average rating in June last year and the 1.92 rating in June two years ago.

WWE Raw dropped to third, fourth, and fifth place in the cable ratings in the key 18-49 demographic, slightly below no. 2 ranked “Love & Hip Hop Atlanta” on VH1 and the top ranked FIFA Women’s World Cup game between USA and Spain on Fox Sports 1. The only show on cable the drew more total viewers than Raw’s first hour viewers was the women’s soccer game.

The drop-off from the first to the third hour was 260,000, lower than the 380,000 average drop-off so far this year. The first hour drew 2.386 million viewers, in between the prior two weeks and among the lowest non-holiday first hours in Raw history.

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