For all the flack that Fox News takes from the left for being a biased news source, the network continues to dominate.
Election night was no different, with Fox News obliterating the competition.
Fox averaged 7.7 million viewers, an absolutely staggering number.
That was more than enough to put Fox News at number one for the evening.
Just how dominant was it?
Well, if you combined number three MSNBC (3 million), with number two, CNN (2.5 million), Fox still crushed the competition.
Even the big networks could not compete with Fox News.
NBC had 3.1 million viewers, ABC had 3 million, and CBS came in at 2.5 million.
I watched all night and into the morning, and I was well-informed and entertained.
Bill Hemmer is excellent on the big board, and Bret Baier continues to be, at least in my opinion, the best in the business.
He and Martha MacCallum knocked it out of the park on the anchor desk.
And for those thinking it was only conservatives watching, wrong again.
Fox News actually had the most diverse group of watchers in terms of political affiliation.
Fox News also dominated the livestream, with nine million viewers, setting a record for midterm election viewership.
Source: Fox News