Fox News anchor Greg Gutfeld had the distinct honor of appearing twice in the top five most-watched shows among viewers age 25-54, according to Mediaite News.
Gutfeld co-hosts The Five, which came in second during last week’s ratings with almost 2.7 million viewers, according to Nielsen.
Gutfeld’s new late-night show, Gutfeld!, rang in fifth in the key demographic, with 364,000 viewers between 25-54, and 1.57 million total viewers.
Rounding out the top five were Tucker Carlson, with his self-named show, Tucker Carlson Tonight, and firebrand Sean Hannity with Hannity came in third. The Rachel Maddow Show, bosting Rachel Maddow herself, came in fourth overall but didn’t make the top five in the key demographic.
Fox News was seen as the clear winner with a total daily average of 1.52 million total viewers and 260,000 in the younger demographic, with MSNBC behind them with 1.09 million and third in the demo, with 142,000.
CNN, however, was third in total viewers, averaging 733,000 in total each day, but was second in the demo, with 204,000.
Fox also dominated primetime, averaging 2.53 million viewers with MSNBC averaging 1.84 million. CNN brought up thrid with 1.01 million total viewers.
The perception among many in the media seems to be that conservatives can’t have a strong voice. And while that has held true in much of print journalism, television has told a very different story.
Even with conservatives now divided between networks like Fox News, One America News Network and Newsmax, the right of center commentators are still dominating the ratings while the more traditional hosts do well to break into the top five.