After producing neck to neck in nationwide ratings for the couple of months, ASAP, the longest-running weekend variety show continues to prove that they are indeed the undisputed leader in sunday afternoon after it registered a redeeming 16.1% in nationwide ratings based on total Rural and Urban survey conducted by Kantar Media / TNS. This is by far the return of the usual highest rater episode of the show on a nationwide scale after the rival network tries to change the game in the afternoon television when they introduce Sunday Pinasaya last quarter of 2015.
ASAP recently added exciting segments that everyone loves including the most popular segments of all segments, the ASAP Birit Queens. Also since last week, ASAP revealed that they will star doing a tribute to the most iconic OPM Icons. The segment entitled “ASAPinoy”, highlights the unforgettable work of the most iconic singers, writers, and composers who contributed their life’s work to OPM.
Here is the comparative TV ratings of ASAP versus Sunday Pinasaya from GMA Network from the last three months.
July 10- ASAP (16.1%) vs. Sunday Pinasaya (14.0%)
July 3 ASAP (14.7%) vs. Sunday Pinasaya (12.3%)
June 19 ASAP (14.6%) vs. Sunday Pinasaya (13.1%)
June 12 ASAP (15.7%) vs. Sunday Pinasaya (13.1%)
May 29 ASAP (13.8%) vs. Sunday Pinasaya (12.5%)
May 22 ASAP (11.9%) vs. Sunday Pinasaya (12.4%)
May 15 ASAP (12.1%) vs. Sunday Pinasaya (10.3%)
May 8 ASAP (13.4%) still can’t be touched by Sunday Pinasaya (10.8%),
May 1 ASAP (11.4%) vs. Sunday Pinasaya (10.9%)
April 24 ASAP (13.1%) / Banana Sundae (13.2%) vs. Sunday Pinasaya (11.8%)
April 17 ASAP (12.8%) / Banana Sundae (13.3%) vs. Sunday Pinasaya (12.8%)
April 10 Asap (7.8%) / Banana Sundae (7.0%) vs. Pacquiao Bradley III (32.4%)
Kantar Media uses a nationwide panel size of 2,610 urban and rural homes that represent 100% of the total Philippine TV viewing population, while the other ratings data supplier AGB Nielsen reportedly has only 2,000 homes based solely in urban areas that represent only 57% of the Philippine TV viewing population.