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WASHINGTON, January 22. US President Barack Obama's State of the Union address to Congress was the lowest rated one in 15 years, marketing research company Nielsen reported Wednesday.
According to the report, the address was watched by 31.7 million TV viewers. The White House said another 1.2 million watched the address live on its official website.
The last time that figure was that low was when Bill Clinton was addressing Congress with his final speech in 2000. Back then, 31.5 million people watched the outgoing president's speech.