Cnn's Instagram Audience Analytics and Demographics

@cnn

United States

🌎 @CNNClimate 🇺🇸 @cnnpolitics ➡️ @ontheroad2020 💰 @CNNBusiness ✈️ @CNNTravel ⚽ @CNNSport 👗 @CNNStyle
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United States
25–34

Business Category

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PROFILE OVERVIEW OF CNN

49.6% of cnn's followers are female and 50.4% are male. Average engagement rate on the posts is around 0.60%. The average number of likes per post is 72274 and the average number of comments is 1555.

Cnn loves posting about TV Channel, News&Politics.

Check cnn's audience demography. This analytics report shows cnn's audience demographic percentage for key statistic like number of followers, average engagement rate, topic of interests, top-5 countries, core gender and so forth.

Followers
11,772,108
Avg Likes
72,274
Avg Comments
1,555
Posts
7,788
Global Rank
3,592
Country Rank
1,273
Category Rank
335

GENDER OF ENGAGERS FOR CNN

Female
49.6 %
Male
50.4 %

AUDIENCE INTERESTS OF CNN

  • Beauty & Fashion 43.68 %
  • Restaurants, Food & Grocery 43.33 %
  • Art & Design 40.75 %
  • Travel & Tourism 38.51 %
  • Fitness & Yoga 37.30 %
  • Entertainment 37.12 %
  • Photography 36.90 %
  • Business & Careers 36.17 %
  • Music 35.03 %
  • Children & Family 34.43 %
  • Home & Garden 33.88 %
  • Movies and TV 33.61 %

RECENT POSTS

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@banksy, perhaps the best-known anonymous artist and social critic in the world, is showing his support for the Black Lives Matter movement with a new piece of art following the death of George Floyd at the hands of police and a stark message: "People of Colour are being failed by the system." In an Instagram post, Bansky wrote, "At first I thought I should just shut up and listen to black people about this issue. But why would I do that? It's not their problem. It's mine." (📸:Banksy/Instagram)

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When Antonio Gwynn Jr. saw the damage from protests in his hometown of Buffalo, New York, he grabbed a broom, bought some trash bags and started cleaning the streets by himself. He started at 2am and did not stop cleaning for 10 hours. Matt Block saw Gwynn's story on the news and gave him his 2004 red Mustang convertible. Medaille College, where Gwynn planned to attend after graduating high school, offered him a full scholarship. Gwynn is thankful for the community response, saying, "I appreciate everything everyone is doing for me." (📸: Matt Block)

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One of K-pop’s most popular groups, BTS, donated $1 million in support of the Black Lives Matter movement. Their fan base has more than matched that. "We Stand against racial discrimination. We Condemn violence, You, I and we all have the right to be respected. We will stand together. #BlackLivesMatter," BTS wrote in a tweet last week. (📸: Rich Fury/Getty Images/iHeartMedia)

40,288 1,567

American police shoot, kill and imprison more people than other developed countries ➡️ Swipe to see the data and tap the link in our bio to learn more.

150,791 2,240

Almost all coronavirus restrictions in New Zealand will be lifted, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern announced Monday, after the country reported no active cases. Schools and workplaces will be able to open with no limitations on gatherings or domestic travel. Social distancing, however, is still encouraged. Ardern said New Zealand's international borders will remain shut to non-residents to prevent new outbreaks. (📸: Hagen Hopkins/Getty Images)

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A picture of George Floyd has appeared in the Palestinian city of Bethlehem on the concrete wall built by Israel that separates it from the West Bank.  Since it went up almost 20 years ago, a response to the violence of the second intifada, or armed uprising, the wall has become one of the world’s most famous canvases for political graffiti. The wall’s latest addition shows George Floyd wearing a hooded top, colored blue, staring out to meet the viewer’s gaze -- a version of one of the most widely circulated images of him, a photo taken against a brick wall. (📸 Abeer Salman/CNN)

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After participating in a virtual graduation ceremony this year due to Covid-19, MBA graduate and physician assistant Nathaniel Moore launched Gowns 4 Good, an initiative that gathers and repurposes graduation gowns as PPE for health care workers across the country. After treating Covid-19 patients in the emergency room at the University of Vermont Medical Center, the 30-year-old saw firsthand that hospitals and medical centers were lacking PPE. “Graduation gowns are more effective than other PPE alternatives given their length, sleeves, and easy zippered access," Moore said, referencing some of the alternatives now in use, like trash bags. The upcycling of the gowns also became a way to honor those graduates who missed out on the traditional graduation, he said. (📸: Gowns 4 Good)

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In the aftermath of Geroge Floyd’s death, 20-year-old YouTube creator Zoe Amira wanted to create a way for financially-strapped supporters to contribute to the Black Lives Matter movement. After seeing the ad revenue her beauty videos generated, Amira created an hourlong video titled "how to financially help BLM with NO MONEY/leaving your house (Invest in the future for FREE)," stating that 100% of the ad revenue generated by views will be donated to a list of organizations. After one minute of subtitled messages from Amira, the remainder of the video features art made by black creators. Other creators have followed Amira's lead and there are now several playlists on YouTube from creators who also say the money from their ads will go to various organizations. (📸: Zoe Amira/YouTube)

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