The ratings are in for the February 7th edition of Monday Night Raw. On average, 1.387 million people watched the latest episode of WWE’s flagship show. The numbers have been obtained by Brandon Thurston from Wrestlenomics:
Raw has seen a big drop in viewers compared to he previous week. As the January 31st Raw drew an average audience of 1.865 million, the drop calculates to approximately 26%. Despite the viewership being the lowest on record, it should be noted that Monday Night Raw aired under different circumstances. Raw aired on the Syfy Network as opposed to the usual USA Network due to the Winter Olympics taking place on USA. By contrast, the Olympics drew an average audience of just over 2 million.
In regards to key demographic viewership, Raw obtained a 0.36 rating in the 18-49 age range, also down from the 0.47 rating from the previous week. As reported by ShowBuzz Daily, Raw ranked 3rd overall for key demographic viewership on Monday night, only being beaten by Olympic broadcasts.
Raw continued the build to the Elimination Chamber Premium Live Event and have announced a second chamber match will be taking place on the show.
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