The ratings for the May 30th edition of Monday Night Raw have been published. On average, 1.497 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 significant drop in ratings compared to the previous week. As the May 23rd Raw drew an average audience of 1.732 million, the drop calculates to approximately 14%. However, it should be noted that May 30th was the Memorial Day national holiday in the USA, which affects ratings generally. In regards to key demographic viewership, Raw saw 552,000 people aged between 18 and 49 years old watch the show, equating to a rating of 0.42. This is up from the 0.41 rating from May 23rd.
As reported by ShowBuzz Daily, Raw ranked 2nd overall for key demographic viewership on Monday Night. The NHL Conference game ranked the highest on May 30th.
Raw saw the final build to the Hell in a Cell Premium Live Event take place, with more matches being added to the show.
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