Ohio Voters Disapprove of Campaign TV Ads

Ohio Voters Disapprove of Campaign TV Ads Play

Oct. 2 (Bloomberg) –- Ohio voters Audrey Gellman- Chomsky, a graduate student, and Pamela Wilson, a retired postal worker, talk with Bloomberg’s Mark Niquette about presidential campaign television commercials airing in the state. Ohio, one of the states that may decide the U.S. presidential election, had 132,469 commercials aired in the race from April 10 through Sept. 24 at an estimated cost of $72.5 million, more than any other state, according to data from New York-based Kantar Media’s CMAG. (Source: Bloomberg)

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