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State of the Union gets worst TV ratings since 2000

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President Obama's Tuesday night State of the Union address was watched by 33.3 million people, garnering its lowest ratings since 2000. 33.3 million people watched the broadcast of Obama's speech to Congress laying out his 2014 priorities on 13 networks, according to Nielsen. Just over one-fifth of American households, at 20.7 percent, tuned in to the address. That was the lowest figure since...

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