Joe Biden is burying Donald Trump in ads

Even before The New York Times reported Monday that President Donald Trump’s reelection campaign was facing a cash crunch over the last eight weeks of the campaign, the signs that the incumbent was struggling on the money front could be seen all over the TVand digitalairwaves.

For the week of September 3, former Vice President Joe Biden’s campaign spent almost $ 17 million on TV and digital advertising in nine swing states, according to Advertising Analytics, a site that closely tracks ad spending by the two campaigns.
対照的に, Trump’s campaign spent just over $ 4 million on ads over that same time.
The numbers in some swing states are startling. フロリダにて, Biden spent more than $ 5 million on ads for the week, while Trump spent $ 1.4 百万. In Pennsylvania, Biden’s campaign dropped $ 3.6 百万. トランプ? $ 0. ミシガン州, Biden spent $ 2.2 百万. トランプ? $ 0.
    And it’s not just a single week where Biden is outspending Trump on TV.
    Although Trump had a year-long head startas Biden was fighting for and winning the Democratic nominationtabulations made by CNN’s Christopher Hickey show that the former VP has outspent the incumbent $ 183 百万から $ 158 百万 in advertising in the 10 states CNN considers the top battlegrounds.
    合計で, Biden has outspent Trump $ 42 百万から $ 33.5 million in Florida, $ 44 百万から $ 33.1 million in Pennsylvania and $ 27 百万から $ 11.2 million in Michigan.
    Trump is outspending Biden on ads by a substantial margin in only two states: ジョージア (where Trump has spent $ 9 million to less than $ 1 million for Biden) とテキサス (トランプ $ 6.6 百万, バイデン $ 2.8 百万).
    Both states have long been Republican strongholds at the federal level. The last time a Democratic presidential candidate won Georgia was 1992; it was all the way back in 1976 for Texas.

    今, before drawing too many conclusions about What It All Means, it’s worth remembering that Trump was drastically outspent by Hillary Clinton in 2016 — and he still won.
      どれの, 上手, is a data point! But generally speaking, you would MUCH rather be the candidate with major ad spending advantages in key battleground states than the candidate on the short end of that stick.
      ポイント: Ad spending doesn’t equal victory. If it did, Hillary Clinton would be readying her final sprint for a second term. だが 95% 当時の (and maybe even higher), the candidate spending more on convincing voters to choose them wins.




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