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According to Nielsen Media Research data, "Meet the Press with David Gregory" was the most-watched Sunday morning public affairs program in all categories for the week ending May 30, 2010. The Gregory-moderated broadcast was No. 1, averaging 2.567 million total viewers, +10 percent more (+233,000) than second place CBS’ “Face the Nation” 2.334 million, a +19 percent advantage (+409,000) over third place ABC’s “This Week” 2.158 million and a +126 percent lead (+1,429,000) over FOX News Sunday's 1.138 million. The NBC program has now placed first in total viewers for 444 of the past 449 weeks (when everyone is at full coverage). The program delivered an additional 815,000 viewers with rebroadcasts – 302,000 viewers on the network and 513,000 viewers on MSNBC.

In Washington, D.C., "Meet the Press" beat the competition with 83,000 viewers (3.0/9HH), a +152 percent advantage over CBS' 33,000(1.2/4), a +419 percent lead over ABC's 16,000 (0.7/2), and +93 percent more than FOX's 43,000 viewers (1.4/4).

In homes nationally, the NBC program was No. 1, posting a 1.9 rating and 6 share. CBS and ABC tied for second with a 1.7 rating and 5 share and FOX was last with a 0.8 rating and 3 share. "Meet the Press" has now placed first in households for 542 of the past 545 weeks (when everyone is at full coverage).

Among adults 25-54, the NBC Sunday morning show tied for No.1 with CBS with 0.6. ABC came in third with a 0.5 and FOX came in last with a 0.3.

Compared to the same telecast last season, “Meet the Press” widened its advantages over “Face The Nation” and “This Week” in homes and total viewers. Season-to-date, it now leads second-place “Face The Nation” by +18% in total viewers and +18% in A25-54 (000).

On its digital platforms, "Meet the Press" generated more than 419,000 online video streams from May 30 through June 4.  This marks the site’s highest weekly 2010 performance in online video streams. The "Meet the Press" video podcast (available at ) remains the top ranked network Sunday Morning program podcast on iTunes.

Last week's guests were BP Managing Director Bob Dudley, White House Energy Adviser Carol Browner, Rep. Luis Gutierrez (D-IL) and former Rep. J.D. Hayworth (R-AZ). The roundtable featured The Washington Post's E.J. Dionne & The New York Time's David Brooks.

David Gregory is moderator of "Meet the Press." Betsy Fischer is the executive producer and Rebecca Samuels and Chris Donovan are the producers.