WWE Raw Rating & Viewership Dip to 2018 Low

WWE Raw Rating & Viewership Dip to 2018 Low

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Raw's rating hit its lowest non-holiday ratings and vierwership points since the December 11th episode brought in a 0.84 rating and 2.685 million viewers.

The viewership is down 12.3% from the last week's show which averaged 3.066 Million viewers. According to ShowBuzz Daily, Raw had an average of less than 3 million viewers for all three hours which is a rarity.

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Hour 1: 2,788,000 viewers with 900 thousand in the 18-49 year old demographic. Poor numbers for a mediocre show that followed a lousy pay-per-view.

Raw ranked fifth in the top 150 shows on cable for Monday night, which is the same ranking the show did last week.

Raw was up against stiff competition and came in 5th for the night on Cable, after two airings of the National Basketball Association playoffs.

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