It has increased viewing figures in several american tv-stations, that they have been sent directly from the hearings against Trump.
More than 70 million viewers watched parts of the televised hearings in the rigsretsprocessen against the president of the UNITED states, Donald Trump.
It shows the data from Nielsen Media Research's seertalsmålinger.
American tv-stations in november, sent directly from the five hearings in the case, where the Trump is suspected to have used his presidency to curb financial support for Ukraine.
the Hearings have also given a considerable boost by the viewing figures on the tv channels Fox News Channel and MSNBC.
This is particularly true of MSNBC, which in november have had the highest ratings in daytime tv-channel 23-year history.
the first of The public hearings was displayed 13. november. Here there was a total of six american tv-channels in an average audience of 13.1 million people.
By the fifth and last consultation 21. november was the average Milanobet viewing figures 11.3 million. The figures show the average number of persons who saw the televised hearings at any given point in time.
The total number of viewers who have turned on the hearings, and watched at least six minutes, the sounds according to Nielsen Media Reserch at 70,8 million.
For comparison, so 98,2 million viewers, the Super Bowl, while 29,6 million, the Oscar awards show on american tv-channels this year, according to Nielsen's measurements.
The actual number of viewers of the hearings can, however, be higher than 70,8 million.
It is because not all the tv channels that show the hearings, is spoken with. And in addition, many have also seen parts of the hearings online.
In the case of suspected Trump of trying to push Ukraine's president to investigate whether there can be found dirt on the former vice president Joe biden's son, who has been entangled in investment in Ukraine.
Joe Biden is trying right now to be the Democratic presidential candidate and thus challenge Trump in next year's elections.
/ritzau/dpaDate Of Update: 27 November 2019, 02:00