Drudge Report has lost almost 30 percent of its traffic in recent months amid turn on Trump

by Adam Ford · Dec 14th, 2019 1:21 pm
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Matt Drudge's news aggregation titan The Drudge Report has lost 29 percent of its traffic in recent months, dropping from 96 million visits in July to 68 million visits in November, according to web traffic tracker SimilarWeb.

Traffic metrics firm Alexa also shows a rapid decline in Drudge's web ranking in the past 90 days:

🔦 The hugely influential website, which at one point regularly clocked over 1 billion page views per month, appears to be suffering a traffic purge as a result of its eponym's capitulation from one of President Trump's biggest cheerleaders to an active detractor, regularly highlighting negative coverage of the president.

See also: Mark Levin blasts Matt Drudge, Ann Coulter as "pseudo-conservatives," "sellouts"