Ad spending by Democratic candidates in Super Tuesday states, at Feb 26, 2016

This statistic shows the amount spent on advertising in Super Tuesday states by the candidates in the race for the Democratic Party's nomination to run for the presidency in 2016. As of February 26, 2016, Bernie Sanders spent 1.35 million U.S. dollars in Massachusetts, his highest total among the Super Tuesday states.

Spending on advertising by Democratic candidates in states holding a caucus or primary on Super Tuesday, as of February 26, 2016

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Release date

February 2016


United States

Survey time period

February 26, 2016

Supplementary notes

Figures are based on data collected and published by Politico. Super Tuesday refers to the date, March 1 2016, in which 11 states will hold a causus or primary to decide the allocation of their delegates for the party nomination.

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