The Republican National Convention (RNC) had 147.9 million views across various TV and digital platforms, according to Republican National Committee chair Ronna McDaniel.
She posted the data on Aug. 28 in a Twitter post confirming a media report. The spokeswoman also said that the total viewership of the RNC was 25 million more than the Democratic National Convention (DNC).
Based on the GOP statement and Nielsen data, the RNC drew 70.4 million digital viewers while the DNC digital viewership was 36.6 million.
Neither the Democratic Party nor Biden's campaign has released its total digital ratings data officially. However, Biden campaign's national press secretary, TJ Ducklo, said in an Aug. 18 Twitter post that 28.9 million people watched the fourth night of the DNC.
Based on data posted by Ducklo and Nielsen, the digital viewership of the fourth night of DNC should be around 4.3 million.
The Epoch Times couldn't independently verify the DNC's digital ratings from all four nights released by the Republican Party.
The Biden campaign didn't respond to an email request for comment.
It was widely reported that the DNC had better TV viewership than the RNC before the Republican Party released the official digital viewership data.
However, digital viewership became a core area for dispute in the ratings comparison.
"Too bad we don't have honest reporting when it comes to 'Trump,'" he said.