The University of Wisconsin advertising project finds that “From October 21st to October 28th, spending on television advertising in the presidential campaign has totaled nearly $38 million. Over this time period, the Obama campaign spent nearly $21.5 million while the McCain campaign spent nearly $7.5 million. Another $6.7 million was spent by the Republican Party and $2.2 million was spent by interest groups.”
So, if you throw in all spending, it’s a 3-2 Obama advantage.
Here’s a table showing a state-by-state breakdown. Once again, for some reason, McCain is outspending Obama in Iowa (Obama has an 11-point lead in the state in the RCP average):
Advertising Spending by State (Candidate & Coordinated)
(Source:TNS Media Intelligence/CMAG with analysis by the Wisconsin Advertising Project)
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