Fryer Tuck

There is an entire cottage industry within media dedicated to disseminating Tucker Carlson’s nightly Fox News musings to presumably liberal audiences who may not be tuning in to hear what the leading conservative voice is telling his large following. But recent data from Nielsen MRI Fusion suggests those nightly dispatches may not be necessary: In October, the most recent month for which data is available, Carlson’s 9 p.m. ET program was the top cable news show among Democrats in the advertiser-coveted age range of 25-54.

Read on for more Nielsen figures demonstrating Carson’s domination of the political airwaves.
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6 Responses to Fryer Tuck

  1. Bruce of Newcastle says:

    MSNBC, CNN and the other alphabeticals are boring as batpoo.
    Also what they spout has no actual news content.
    Even lefties like real news.

  2. C.L. says:

    Stands to reason that rebellious youth are turning to Tucker and away from left-wing extremists – who are, after all, the establishment.

  3. Entropy says:

    Tucker isn’t really my cup of tea. But I also don’t like sky after dark (even though it is the lone alternative to the MSM) or any of those talkback polemicists.

    Or from the other direction anyone sprouting on about the need to punish us for wanting cheap energy, exaggerating climate change impacts (which are ridiculously all negative) and lying about the usefulness of renewables. With the only solution of course, more government.

    Maybe it was my religious upbringing forced to listen to evangelists means these types set off my spidey sense. None of the bastards are to be trusted, and I need to keep a close grip on my wallet.

  4. jupes says:

    Watching Tucker is a mixed experience. On the one hand, it is fucking depressing to realise the state of the US and the world. On the other, it is great to see someone hit back so effectively. “Where’s your mask, you neurotic freak!”. He doesn’t hold back ridiculing the tyrannical clowns.

    Being on Fox, though, even Tucker is under some restrictions. He can’t come out and say directly that the election was stolen, but he is insinuating it nightly now. Good stuff.

  5. dover_beach says:

    Tucker’s figures, particularly relating to his dominance of the demo, is the clearest indication that centre-right parties have the most to gain by being identifiably common sense/ traditionalist on the social dimension while also being mixed economy types on the economic dimension. The bulk of the centre-right electorate is precisely here on the political compass.

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