The ratings for the July 4th edition of Monday Night Raw have been published. On average, 1.563 million people watched the Money in the Bank fallout episode of the red brand. The numbers have been obtained by Brandon Thurston from Wrestlenomics:
Raw has seen a drop in viewers compared to the previous week. As the June 27th return of John Cena episode drew an average audience of 1.951 million, the drop in viewers calculates to approximately 20%. Raw obtained a 0.37 rating in the key demographic age range, also down from the June 27th rating of 0.54. While there is a significant drop, it should be noted that as the latest episode of Raw aired on the July 4th holiday, the drop in viewers was expected. TV shows generally see a drop in viewers across the board during national holidays.
As reported by ShowBuzz Daily, Raw ranked highest for key demographic viewership on Monday night. Raw focused on the fallout from Money in the Bank and continued the build to SummerSlam with new matches announced for the upcoming Premium Live Event.
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