*President Barack Obama drew 32.1 million viewers to his oil spill address Tuesday night, which ranks as his second least-watched major cross-network primetime event, according to Nielsen.
In his first address from the Oval Office, Obama discussed the Gulf Coast disaster and called for energy policy changes. [Watch below in its entirety.]
The 20-minute speech was viewed across 11 networks — ABC, CBS, FOX, NBC, TEL, UNI, CNN, CNBC, FOXNC, MSNBC, and TWC.
The audience is down 33% from Obama’s first State of the Union address in January and down 21% from his last primetime speech announcing a strategy for U.S. involvement in Afghanistan last December.