The Washington Examiner is reporting a significant year-over-year increase in unique visitors for the fourth consecutive month, TheRighting reports.
The paper saw a 135% increase in audience according to a Righting analysis of traffic to conservative websites using Comscore data. The jump resulted in a gain of 5.1 million unique viewers.
Behind Foxnews.com, The Washington Examiner is the second-most trafficked U.S. conservative website.
TheRighting reports that Breitbart’s numbers continued to fall for the eighth month in a row, dropping by 30% in April in a year-over-year comparison. Breitbart is now the seventh most trafficked conservation website, according to the rankings. Conservative publications The Federalist and Townhall both reported significant declines, as well, with a 49% drop and 42% drop, respectively.
Other sites showing considerable growth among the conservative set include TheBlaze, which saw a 116% increase in unique users in April over 2018 and The Washington Times, recording a 60% increase in April compared to the same period last year.
Foxnews.com continues its reign as the most-visited conservative news site, attracting 8.5 million more year-over-year visitors in April of 2019, marking the fifth consecutive month of audience gains.
TheRighting releases a ranking of the top 20 conservative websites each month based on unique visitors.