Rutte’s press conference attracts considerably more viewers: more than 6.4 million | NOW

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Monday’s press conference by Prime Minister Mark Rutte and Minister Hugo de Jonge (Public Health) attracted considerably more viewers than the previous press conference. Where about 3.6 million people were watching live on television at the time, the number of viewers rose to 6.4 million on Monday.

The vast majority of people watched the broadcast via NPO1: 4.66 million viewers. 1.34 million people watched via RTL 4 and 404,000 people engaged via SBS. The speech could also be viewed online via various channels and listened to on the radio.

Although the number of viewers has increased significantly, the number is not as high as at the press conferences during the first wave. At its peak, some seven million people watched at a time.

On Monday, the prime minister and minister announced stricter measures for the entire country. For example, the maximum group size is reduced to thirty and people can receive a maximum of three guests at home. The advice to work from home has also been tightened up and nobody is allowed to watch sports matches anymore.

The press conference is by far the most watched program of the Monday evening. Also the NOS News from 8 p.m. was well watched (2.96 million viewers). To Eve 2.38 million people watched. The first regular program of a commercial channel in the top 25 of Stichting KijkOnderzoek is Chateau Meiland of SBS6, which 1.36 million people watched.





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