Don't know if it's sarcasm but you're peaking of a team I literally asked you about, when you were the one who made an improper generalization. A team that has just been promoted to La Liga.
That's some nice cherry-picking you made there bud.
It speaks about how great their competition is if anything.
Your looks like a child redacted no offense but even if it's bait let me tell you:
Regarding viewership data, let's not move the goalposts. At no time was TV data mentioned, but stadium attendance, where even third division and youth stadiums are completely filled.
Anyway we have several factors that you conveniently ignored such as: Advantage in PL for kick-off times, population density and country sizes: Spain is x4 bigger yet its population density is 4 times smaller than England's. This means that Spanish away fans often have to travel larger distances than their English counterparts.
Lower ticket availability for fans. Etc...
Regarding TV data, it's still wrong, you keep establishing false equivalences and you keep ignoring key elements such as administrative fairness.
[The Premier League was shown in 188 of the world’s 193 UN-recognized nations in 2017/18, with North Korea, Cuba, Turkmenistan, Afghanistan, and Moldova the only exceptions.
La Liga has opted against releasing such detailed figures, a policy that is in line with many major sports leagues around the world.
However, president Javier Tebas told the Guardian in 2019 that the league had a cumulative global audience figure of more than 3.2 billion.]