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WWE Raw ratings up slightly for Elimination Chamber go-home show

Raw last night was up two percent from last week with 2.26 million viewers.

Like last week, the episode opened low, but the decline during the show was far less than usual. The first-to-third hour decline was 10 percent.

It was the third lowest number of viewers for Raw in the modern era for a non-holiday episode or an episode without opposition from a major sporting event.

The episode was Raw's go-home show for Elimination Chamber and also the first Raw since Super ShowDown.

It was up four percent in 18-49 and was the top show on cable in that demo. It was 11th place on cable overall, trailing news shows.

The show was down 18 percent from the same week's episode last year.

The first-to-third hour declines were 11 percent for women 18-49, five percent for men 18-49, and nine percent for people over 50. However, teenagers and 18-34 grew as the show went on, which is uncommon these days.

The three hours were:

  • 8 p.m. 2.36 million viewers
  • 9 p.m. 2.30 million viewers
  • 10 p.m. 2.12 million viewers