Kayleigh McEnany and Fox News Annihilate Competition, Boast More Viewers Than CNN and MSNBC Combined

Fox News has control over the airwaves once again and is drawing more viewers than its competitors.

“Outnumbered” with co-hosts Kayleigh McEnany and Harris Faulkner is receiving about 2 million viewers per day.

In comparison, CNN and MSNBC’s showings at the same time slot receive 638,000 and 685,000 viewers, respectively.

Between ages 24-54, “Outnumbered” dominated the competition with 56,000 viewers.

CNN and MSNBC combined had less than 200,000 viewers

Other shows on Fox News are also at the top of the rating charts.

“Tucker Carlson Tonight” reported over 3.2 million viewers, the highest in his time slot.

Other leading competitors were Jesse Watters, Sean Hannity, Laura Ingraham, Bret Baier, and Greg Gutfeld.

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Fox News reported the show “Gutfeld!” has taken the number one rating spot from Stephen Colbert’s “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert,”

More on this story via Western Journal:

It’s up for debate as to why Fox News seems to own the television cable news landscape consistently. Many believe that CNN and MSNBC became too comfortable with garnering solid ratings during Trump’s presidency, as the networks pumped out a steady stream of usually negative content, creating an echo chamber of anti-Trump propaganda that their viewers craved.

There’s also an argument to be made that, at the end of the day, people are simply more interested in truth and transparency and not just another network carrying the Biden administration’s proverbial water.

Whatever the case, Fox News is nothing short of a blessing, as it’s difficult even to fathom the things we’d never know if we only had the left-leaning networks to provide us with information.