Fox News was way ahead of cable news rivals CNN and MSNBC for the month of October, averaging 1.4 million daytime viewers compared to 895,000 for CNN and 600,000 for MSNBC.
In the 25-54 age demographic, Fox News had 174,000 day viewers on average, compared to 124,000 for CNN and 98,000 for MSNBC.
For prime time viewership, Fox News had 2.1 million viewers, while MSNBC had 1.3 million and CNN only had 722,000.
It was the 33rd straight month Fox News finished first among cable news networks as people followed hard-hitting stories like the Hamas attack on Israel.
The top-rated show of all Fox News and cable news shows was The Five, which is not even in prime time.
The show averaged 3 million viewers a day, and it broke a record to become the first non-prime time show to come out on top for eight consecutive quarters. Congratulations to Fox News and The Five!
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