Obama oil spill address draws 32 million
Obama discussed the Gulf Coast oil spill and called for energy policy changes. The 20-minute address was viewed across 11 networks -- ABC, CBS, FOX, NBC, TEL, UNI, CNN, CNBC, FOXNC, MSNBC, and TWC.
The audience is down 33% from Obama's first State of the Union address in January and down 21% from his last primetime speech announcing a strategy for U.S. involvement in Afghanistan last December.
Of Obama's major addresses, last night was the least-watched telecast yet. But the president's health care reform press conference last July pulled a smaller audience, drawing 24.7 million.
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