Did you watch the political bowl?
The NFL’s decision to promote far-left propaganda all season didn’t pay off!
According to viewership, 91.6 million people watched this year’s Super Bowl which is the least-watched Super Bowl since the Steelers played the Seahawks in 2006.
The ratings show that the game scored 38.2 on the rating’s chart which makes it the least-watched Super Bowl since 1969.
Following up on this thread from yesterday: Per Nielsen's Sunday's Super Bowl LV notched a 38.2 HH rating, down about 10% vs last year (41.6 HH)– but also the lowest-rated Super Bowl of the past 50 years, since 1969's Super Bowl III (36.0 HH) https://t.co/DJGLw6OG4L
— TVMoJoe (@TVMoJoe) February 9, 2021
Super Bowl under a 40 rating for the first time since 1990. Lowest rated since 1969: https://t.co/qMghyia1MH
— Sports Media Watch (@paulsen_smw) February 9, 2021
Breitbart News covered the story, see what they had to share:
The ratings for Super Bowl 55 are in, and the news is not good. The numbers show that viewership fell nine percent, making the game the lowest-rated Super Bowl in more than 50 years.
“CBS averaged 91.629 million TV-only viewers for the Buccaneers’ blowout of the Chiefs in Super Bowl LV, the game’s lowest TV viewership since ’06 when Steelers-Seahawks averaged 90.75 million on ABC. That figure is down from just over 100 million TV-only viewers for Chiefs-49ers last year,” Sports Business Daily reported.
But that is not the worst of it. Sports Media Watch also published the ratings numbers for the entire history of the Super Bowl and this year’s ratings crash is precipitous. According to the numbers, the 2021 ratings (38.2) are the lowest since 1969 (36.0). And Super Bowl 55 is the first game falling below the 40.0 ratings mark since the 1990 Super Bowl between San Francisco and Denver (39.0).
Two stories of entertainment in the past week.
Super Bowl ratings went down.
Bitcoin engagement went up.
What a time!
— russ 💯 (@RussellOkung) February 9, 2021
— Michael Kammes (@michaelkammes) February 9, 2021
Radio station Hot 107.9 added these details:
Sports Media Watch is reporting that the Super Bowl matchup between the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the Kansas City Chiefs was the lowest-rated Super Bowl since 1969.
In the report, it is noted that Super Bowl 55 averaged a Nielsen-estimated 38.2 rating and 91.63 million viewers on CBS.
If you want to compare the ratings to modern matchups, the game between Tom Brady and Patrick Mahomes was the least-watched since Super Bowl 40 on ABC in 2006.
Did you tune in to this year’s Super Bowl?
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