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More than $1 billion has actually now been invested on TV ads for the 2020 presidential choice in just 13 states, one audioeditorfree.com analysis of the latest advertisement spending data from the tracking firm advertising Analytics finds.

Most of that money has actually been spent by Democrat Joe Biden"s campaign and also groups supporting him. Biden and also allies have spent much more than $600 million, while chairman Trump"s campaign and also groups sustaining him have actually spent a small over $400 million.



The money is concentrated in just six states. Practically $9 out of every $10 spent on TV in the presidential race — $882 million — is being invested in Florida, Pennsylvania, Michigan, phibìc Carolina, Wisconsin and Arizona.

In total, Biden and allies are far outspending Trump and also pro-Trump groups in those six key states by one astounding $240 million.



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Biden has actually whopping advantages in 5 of those six states, the exemption being north Carolina, where Trump and also allies room leading in the money race. However Trump"s campaign has been stretched, having to spend a most money in Georgia, Ohio and Iowa, three says that Trump won in 2016 the were assumed to skinny in Trump"s direction this year.

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TV advertisement spending has constantly played a big role in presidential campaigns, however it may be playing an outsize one in 2020 v so numerous Americans home and also watching tv amid the coronavirus pandemic.


Here"s a state-by-state break down of whereby the campaigns and outside teams are top top the airwaves:

Florida: $257.5 millionBiden and also allies: $154.1 million ($82.3 million native campaign)Trump and also allies: $103.4 million ($67.7 million indigenous campaign)

Pennsylvania: $195.7 millionBiden and also allies: $121.5 million ($59.2 million from campaign)Trump and allies: $74.2 million ($26.6 million native campaign)

Michigan: $120.1 millionBiden and allies: $98.6 million ($33.8 million indigenous campaign)Trump and allies: $21.5 million ($15 million indigenous campaign)

North Carolina: $110.8 millionTrump and allies: $65.4 million ($32.3 million from campaign)Biden and allies: $45.4 million ($42.5 million from campaign)

Wisconsin: $101.5 millionBiden and also allies: $62.7 million ($30.1 million native campaign)Trump and allies: $38.8 million ($10.1 million native campaign)

Arizona: $97.4 millionBiden and allies: $59 million ($40.1 million native campaign)Trump and also allies: $38.4 million ($20.1 million native campaign)

Georgia: $28.6 millionTrump and also allies: $24.5 million ($14.2 million indigenous campaign)Biden and also allies: $4 million ($4 million native campaign)

Nevada: $27.5 millionBiden and also allies: $20.7 million ($9.7 million from campaign)Trump and allies: $6.8 million ($5.8 million native campaign)

Minnesota: $27.1 millionBiden and also allies: $16.3 million ($9.6 million indigenous campaign)Trump and allies: $10.8 million ($9.3 indigenous campaign)

Ohio: $18.9 millionTrump and also allies: $10.5 million ($9 million indigenous campaign)Biden and also allies: $8.4 million ($6.9 million from campaign)

Iowa: $15.6 millionTrump and also allies: $12.3 million ($3.8 million native campaign)Biden and also allies: $3.3 million ($3.2 million indigenous campaign)

Texas: $7.3 millionBiden and also allies: $7.1 million ($6.1 million from campaign)Trump and allies: $156,000 ($34,000 native campaign)

New Hampshire: $4.9 millionBiden and allies: $3.1 million ($3 million native campaign)Trump and allies: $1.8 million ($1.8 million from campaign)