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Super Bowl Ratings Down On CBS

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Super Bowl Ratings Down On CBS

Super Bowl Ratings Down On CBS

Broadcasting and Cable reports that CBS did a 24.4 rating in viewers 18-49 during the Super Bowl.

As per the Nielsen overnights around 69 million total viewers watched the game.

Last year’s Super Bowl got a 33.4 rating in viewers 18-49, with 103 million total viewers.

While it was a tight game, casual fans probably found the game to be a bore, with just one touchdown scored.

The Patriots won 13-3.

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