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WWE Raw ratings down for Survivor Series go-home show

Raw's viewership was nearly identical to last week.

Monday night's episode of Raw averaged 1.646 million viewers on the USA Network, virtually identical to the 1.648 million the show averaged last week. It's still the second-highest audience total for Raw since October 17. 

Raw finished seventh on the cable charts with a 0.41 rating in the 18-49 demo. That's down 6.8 percent from last week and is Raw's lowest rating in that category since Halloween night.

Monday Night Football on ESPN, which ran head-to-head with most of Raw, was about the same audience the NFL usually does on Mondays with 11.2 million viewers. The football game topped the cable charts with a 3.31 rating in 18-49. Aside from NFL-related programming, the only show on cable to beat Raw was an early morning World Cup soccer game on FS1 which averaged nearly 1.4 million viewers and drew a 0.55 in 18-49.

Raw averaged 1.831 million viewers in the first hour, dropped to 1.641 million in the second, and closed with 1.467 million viewers in hour three. The 19.9 percent drop from hour one to hour three was the third-largest decline of the year to date.

As compared with the same week in 2021, Raw's viewership was down 3.1 percent while its 18-49 rating was down 16.3 percent.

Listed below are the last 11 weeks of Raw viewership by hour, along with the overall 18-49 rating and the 10-week averages. This week's show was down 0.7 percent in overall viewers and down 8.9 percent in 18-49 as compared to the recent averages.

RAW last 10 weeks