Viewership jumped for the second night of the Republican National Convention, The Hill reports.
According to Nielsen Media Research, 14% more viewers tuned in for the 10 p.m. hour on Tuesday from Monday. Total, 19.2 million viewers tuned in during the 10 p.m. hour. of the GOP convention.
The RNC attracted 210,000 more viewers on its second night than the DNC did on its second night.
Tuesday’s lineup featured speeches by first lady Melania Trump, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and two of President Donald Trump's children, Eric and Tiffany Trump.
But the number of people who watched night two of the RNC was down 2% from the number of people who watched night two of the 2016 GOP convention, according to The Hill.
People also watched the RNC through C-SPAN’s livestream on the network’s YouTube channel. The second night of the GOP convention also attracted more viewers than night two of the DNC. More than 1.68 million viewers watched the C-SPAN livestream of the RNC compared to the 50,000 views the DNC logged last Tuesday night, The Hill reports.
On Thursday, Trump will accept the Republican Party’s presidential during a speech from the White House South Lawn.
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