Conservative News Sites Report Double-Digit Boost In Traffic

Conservative news sites TheBlaze and Washington Examiner report double-digit, year-over-year visitor growth.

The data comes from media company TheRighting, which analyzed Comscore data for dozens of prominent conservative websites posting original content.

According to TheRighting, TheBlaze counted a 41% increase in YOY unique visitors in November, marking its 13th consecutive month of audience gains. The site counted 7.651 million visitors during November.

The Washington Examiner saw a 42% increase in YOY unique visitors during that same month, marking its 11th straight month of traffic gains.

The Washington Examiner is the second-most-trafficked conservative news site following Sites TheBlaze, TheWashington Times and Daily Wire fill the third, fourth and fifth spots, respectively. also continues to see an increase in audience with a 7% boost, counting 94 million unique visitors in November versus nearly 89 million during the same period a year ago.



According to TheRighting’s report, the top three conservative sites leading in audience gains include PJ Media, which saw a 162% increase in unique visitors in November compared to a year ago, Daily Wire with a 98% jump in unique visitors for the same period and the Washington Examiner.

Breitbart continues to see a decline in unique visitors, reporting a 47% dip in audience numbers in November compared to the same period a year ago, followed by Western Journal with a 36% decrease and Daily Caller, which reported a 31% decrease in unique visitors.


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