(Mediaite) The final Democratic primary had one of the smallest stages yet and the fewest viewers for it, drawing just over 6 million viewers across multiple viewing platforms.
According to Nielsen figures provided to Variety, the Los Angeles debate hosted by PBS NewsHour and Politico and simulcast on CNN drew just over 2 million viewers across PBS stations nationwide, and was seen on CNN by just over 4 million people.
PBS told Variety that the debate live streams across the participating networks’ digital and social platforms totaled more than 8.4 million viewers.
At a time when rank and file Democrats should be paying more attention, not less, they are tuning out by the millions.
Even presented with the opportunity to watch their candidates blast President Trump over being impeached wasn’t enough to draw their attention.
Perhaps they’ve heard enough about the current crop of Democrat candidates espousing their job-killing agendas so shortly after Trump undid Obama’s job-killing agenda:
WATCH: Joe Biden says he's willing to kill hundreds of thousands of blue-collar workers' jobs in pursuit of the extreme Green New Deal agenda. pic.twitter.com/ZjfNTZLEgY
— Trump War Room (Text TRUMP to 88022) (@TrumpWarRoom) December 21, 2019
Flashback four years when Hillary told voters she’d throw all of the coal miners out of work:
Seriously… who’s going to vote to put people out of work while bringing in a million or more immigrants to take their jobs and promising them a good chunk of their tax dollars?
(CNN) As 2019 comes to a close, the US economy earns its highest ratings in almost two decades, potentially boosting President Donald Trump in matchups against the Democrats vying to face him in next year’s election, according to a new CNN poll conducted by SSRS.
Overall, 76% rate economic conditions in the US today as very or somewhat good, significantly more than those who said so at this time last year (67%). This is the highest share to say the economy is good since February 2001, when 80% said so.
Almost all Republicans (97%) say economic conditions are good right now, as do 75% of independents and 62% of Democrats.
Yet Democrats still ask…