In response to AlleyCatBruin's comment:
(HuffPo) But, as rival MSNBC was quick to point out, and BuzzFeed was quick to trumpet, Fox News had its worst primetime ratings in the coveted 25-54 demo since August 2001, and its lowest total day ratings since June 2008.
To a seasoned watcher of cable news ratings, there were other surprises. Rachel Maddow, for instance, came in 10th, beating "Studio B" and the 11 PM repeat of "The O'Reilly Factor." In January 2012, she came in 14th. It may not seem like much, but the top of the cable news field has been extremely stable — and if Maddow were to continue creeping up the list, it would mean a real sea change. Overall, MSNBC — perhaps powered by liberal euphoria over President Obama's inauguration — was the only cable news channel to grow its ratings from 2012.
Interesting, the Fox network liars and their right wing supporters all claim that theirs is the only conservative news source on TV and that this represents the majority of viewers. But if this is so when you combine NBC, MSNBC, CBS, & ABC the total numbers for viewership FAR surpasses that of Fox. Therefore, this proves the majority are not right wingers.
Well, the November election proved that. Too bad Republicans in so many states gerrymandered their districts or the numbers would have been even better for the Dems and for America.