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US news giant CNN’s two-night coverage of the Democratic presidential debates on 30,31 July delivered strong audiences of 1.9 million and 2.3 million out-of-home (OOH) viewers respectively according to Tunity Analytics measurement.

cnn 8 june 2019The second round of Democratic debates was hosted live from the Fox Theatre in Detroit and moderated by Jake Tapper, Dana Bash and Don Lemon. Tunity found that over the two nights, CNN’s Democratic debates ranked #1 out of all OOH programmes in the US. The bulk of the OOH viewership for both nights occurred in gyms, restaurants and bars with 42% and 44%, respectively.

The Tunity Analytics research found that CNN’s post-debate analysis show (10:43 PM – 2 AM, ET) averaged 339,000 and 460,000 OOH viewers, respectively. On night one, the OOH viewership was 50% A25-54 and skewed 68% male and 32% female. On night two, the viewership was 45% A25-54 and skewed 69% male and 31% female.