Monday night's episode of RAW did a 3.01 (3.0) cable rating, with 4.29 million viewers. That rating was up from last week's 2.87 rating and 4.00 million viewers. The show continued the trend of losing viewers throughout the show though, with 4.32 million in the first hour and 4.28 in the second hour.
The show ranked #5 on cable TV behind History Channel programming and the Republican Party debate on Fox. The show ranked #1 among males 18-34 & males 12-17, and #2 among males 18 - 49 behind Pawn Stars.
The show was down compared to the same week last year, when it drew a 3.27 rating and pulled in 5.02 million viewers.
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