By James Hibberd on Jan 29, 2014 | Inside TV
President Obama’s State of the Union Address drew the fewest viewers of his presidency Tuesday night. In fact, the annual live prime-time speech was the least-watched SOTU by any president since Bill Clinton’s final address in 2000.
Obama’s speech to the nation was seen by 33.3 million viewers, according to Nielsen. Networks that carried the address included CBS, ABC, NBC, FOX, Azteca, Fox Business, Fox News Channel, CNN, MSNBC, CNBC, Al Jazeera America, Galavision and Mun2.
Contrast with Bush at 62.1 million in 2003
So much for a post-presidency tv career. Maybe they’ll do a live text vote next year? They should have had a “vote him off the island already” poll. Must be racism. No word yet on violence statistics during SOTU.
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