2019 Lok Sabha Elections most trended & watched news of Week 11

According to the Chrome News Track data for the Week 11 of 2019, the “2019 Lok Sabha Elections” the most Aired News this week, followed by news about “Terrorist Masood Azhar”. The news about “Mumbai CST Station Bridge Collapse” stood at the third spot, the “Fugitive Nirav Modi” is next in the list and news about “Terror Attack inside Mosques in Christchurch New Zealand” managed to take the fourth & fifth spots, respectively.

Chrome News Track, from Chrome Data Analytics and Media, conducts study on news content aired across India by choosing the "Most Aired, Most Watched and Most Discussed News of the Week".

The survey conducted is an outcome of the data collected from 34,000 Chrome DM panel homes across India. It analyses the effectiveness of the News aired on television every week and categorises it through three broad segments namely Most Aired, Most Watched and Most Discussed.

Most Watched News in Week 11:

The survey also unveils that “2019 Lok Sabha Elections” is the most watched news for the week, grabbing maximum eyeballs; followed by “Mumbai CST Station Bridge Collapse”. The news about “Terrorist Masood Azhar”, “Fugitive Nirav Modi” and “Terror Attack inside Mosques in Christchurch New Zealand” also generated interests amongst viewers and are placed at 3rd, 4th and 5th spots, respectively, in the list.

Most Discussed News in Week 11:

Taking a closer view of the Most Discussed News category of the survey, the news about “2019 Lok Sabha Elections” has been the talk of the nation, making it the most discussed news, whereas the news about “Terrorist Masood Azhar” was the second most discussed news as per the survey. “Mumbai CST Station Bridge Collapse” became the 3rd discussed most news among masses. “Terror Attack inside Mosques in Christchurch New Zealand” and “Fugitive Nirav Modi” are placed at 4th and 5th positions, respectively, in the list.


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