A new TV advertising analysis from the Wisconsin Advertising Project shows the campaigns of John McCain and Barack Obama have spent more than $5.2 million on ads in MidwestPolitics.com states in the week following the Republican National Convention.
The analysis, conducted using data from TNS Media Intelligence/CMAG, showed McCain outspending Obama in those states $2.88 million to $2.35 million between Sept. 6 and Sept. 13. McCain outspent Obama in Iowa, Minnesota, Ohio and Wisconsin; Obama outpaced McCain in Michigan.
Nationwide since the convention the analysis said the two campaigns have combined to spend more than $15.5 million on TV ads, including $8 million in 10 top battleground states.
|TOTAL||$2.88 million||$2.35 million|
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