Seven scores Total People, but Nine zeroes in on Demos

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Last week’s ratings saw a razor-tight battle for the Demos.

While Seven won 25-54 (by 0.2%) and 16-39 (by 0.1%), Nine took 18-49 (by 0.1%) -a result so close it will go down to Timeshifting results in a week. Nine can probably thank Sport for taking the fight up to its rival, with a solid share on Friday night of 37%.

In Total People things went Seven’s way more convincingly.

Network:
Seven: 31.0
Nine: 28.2
ABC: 18.1
TEN: 17.2
SBS: 5.4

My Kitchen Rules still holds rankings #1 – #4 as high as 1.76m viewers for Monday. Other Seven brands to score include Seven News (Sun: 1.06m), Sunday Night (980,000) and Australia: The Story of Us (899,000).

Nine News (Sun: 1.29m) was best for Nine followed by The Block (Room Reveal: 1.26m) and 60 Minutes (964,000).

New Tricks (1.11m) topped ABC’s week followed by ABC News (Sat: 978,000) and Australian Story (839,000).

A simulcast of I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here! (Winner Announced: 1.22m) led for TEN then a simulcast of FIA Formula One Australian Grand Prix: (Race: 1.07m). The best single channel title was Shark Tank‘s 855,000 viewers.

Walking Through History (333,000), The Missing Evidence (303,000) and Australia with Simon Reeve (263,000) were best on SBS ONE.

Primary channel:
Seven: 22.3
Nine: 20.0
ABC: 13.9
TEN: 11.7
SBS ONE: 4.2

Multchannels:
7TWO: 4.8
GO!: 4.7
7mate: 4.0
GEM: 3.5
ELEVEN: 2.8
ONE: 2.7
ABC2: 2.6
ABC News 24: 1.2
SBS 2: 1.1
ABC3: 0.5
NITV: 0.1

Seven won Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. Nine took Sunday and Friday. ABC won Saturday and also bettered TEN on 4 nights: Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday.

Seven was victorious in 4 cities but Nine retained Sydney.

This is the last survey week before a two week Easter non-ratings period.

Corrected.

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