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Nielsen ratings for The Profit: An Inside Look cable television show on CNBC.

The Profit: An Inside Look Ratings Chart

Ratings chart for The Profit: An Inside Look show on CNBC

The Profit: An Inside Look Historical Ratings

DateDemo A25-54Demo P2+P2+ Gain
RankAudienceChangeRankAudienceChange
Apr 202041134,000+59.52%52305,000+47.34%+128%
Sep 20194684,000-2.33%58207,000+4.55%+146%
Aug 20194486,000+273.91%60198,000+204.62%+130%
Jan 20197023,0007965,000+183%

CNBC Top Programs

RankNameR-ChgAudienceA-Chg
1Fast Money Halftime Report316,0004
2Squawk on the Street285,00011
3The Exchange1275,0006
4TechCheck261,000
5Squawk Alley1260,0008
6Closing Bell1252,00013
7Power Lunch248,00010
8The News with Shepard Smith5234,00021
9Mad Money1227,00012
10Fast Money1218,00014
11Options Action1176,0009
12Squawk Box1128,00012
13Worldwide Exchange144,0004

Comments (55)

  1. JohnJohn
    Mar 3, 2021 13:51 GMT

    Andrew Ross Sorkin should leave the show. This used to be a business show, not a platform for liberal only views. His biased political agenda is sickening.

    1. JackJack
      Mar 7, 2021 07:13 GMT

      I can't even watch CNBC any longer. Watched as long as I could but that Andrew guy was the last straw. I used to watch with the sound off so I still had the ticker.. The best I could find was Fox business news for now.

  2. TomTom
    Mar 8, 2021 11:09 GMT

    Watched since the 90s. Soon as sissy boy liberal suck up Sandy Sorkin comes on at 6 I switch off to fox business
    It’s a crying shame libs have destroyed life as we new it and enjoyed it in America

  3. ScottScott
    Mar 19, 2021 02:09 GMT

    I loved squawk on the street a week ago when Cramer was gone, I switched over to Fox when he came back, his rants, his squealing high pitched voice, and his liberal opinions of the world drive me crazy! He is the definition of a Vaudeville act!

  4. GregGreg
    Nov 17, 2020 02:02 GMT

    CNBC has gone way left.
    Mr Cramer did his very best politicizing every business topic during the election against President Trump. Plus he truly spreads fear over Covid and professes his superiority in intelligence about the topic. Carl & David have been rolling their eyes and have tried to reel him in to no avail....Their show now brings no real business value as the commentary is just Cramer rants and there is no credible stock analysis. Cramer should go into pushing Penny stocks , I think he’d be good at that.
    BTW , Shep is awful.

  5. RicRic
    Feb 20, 2021 15:09 GMT

    I used to watch Cramer every day. But no more. He used to be non-partisan and neutral. If I wanted a referendum on current politics there are many channels and places I can turn to and I don’t ..... it’s a divided country. I am disappointed in Cramer. He has now turned into a prejudicial man ....no doubt sold out to supplement his losing portfolio and stock pics. I am done with him. Good luck Jim with your prejudicial views.

  6. JPMJPM
    Apr 8, 2021 12:33 GMT

    Andrew Ross Sorkin, I didn't ask for handouts, and I don't need your big government to tell me what to do because I received a handout. Please keep your big government opinions to yourself. This is ridiculous. I don't have a choice anymore. You live in the US?, you have no freedom because the gov gave you money.

  7. robert burnsrobert burns
    Apr 14, 2021 12:00 GMT

    Stop the politics. We can't take it anymore.

    Andrew, you are killing the show and the ratings.

  8. MarkMark
    Apr 24, 2021 15:07 GMT

    Joe Kernen is the worst anchor of any show on CNBC. Kernen is a trump lapdog and spreads trump lies.

  9. BryceBryce
    Feb 7, 2021 01:34 GMT

    CNBC has gone crazy with its anti-white globo-homo agenda. The network might as well be called the FED show given that they spend their time debating how much more money needs to be printed. These people and their viewers are idiots.

  10. VitoVito
    Feb 12, 2021 13:38 GMT

    I watched CNBC every day for over 15 years; however, for the past few years, the channel has only one side talking points; Squawk Box had a balance of commentary, but not anymore. Cramer, Andrew Ross Sorkin's analysis is only one side of the political topics. I am done with the CNBC and Squawk Box for now.

    1. RichRich
      Feb 20, 2021 15:05 GMT

      I use to love Cramer .. every day for years. He was suppose to be a non partisan voice. But not for the last few months. Every day he had to criticize Trump. I can turn to politics and the division in our country no matter where I go. I didn’t want it here. And Cramer pretends to be neutral. No doubt he sold out to supplement his own portfolio and stock picking loses. He contradicts himself with losing predictions and ridiculous rants every day. Faber and Carl are great but as long as Cramer is there -....No more for me. And definitely no more Mad Money. He is a guy I could have probably enjoyed hanging with.. but now he is acting like a prejudiced man. Good luck with that Jim.

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