martes, 12 de junio de 2012

Las 10 zonas más calientes de la semana en la guerra de anuncios


*** This week’s 10 hottest TV markets: Below are this week’s 10 hottest TV markets in the presidential contest (in terms of advertising points from June 11-17). The hottest market is Columbus, OH, which was No. 2 last week; No. 1 last week was Norfolk, VA. Seven of the top 10 most saturated markets are in Virginia and North Carolina -- four in North Carolina, and three are in Virginia.

1. Columbus, OH: Obama 1,420, Crossroads GPS 501, Romney 428, Priorities USA 335.

2. Richmond-Petersburg, VA: Romney 1,105, Obama 750, Priorities USA 341, Crossroads GPS 326.

3. Des Moines, IA: Romney 982, Obama 772, Planned Parenthood 481, Crossroads 272.

4. Roanoke-Lynchburg, VA: Romney 1,106, Obama 842, Crossroads 507.

5. Reno, NV: Obama 1,224, Romney 870, Crossroads 341.

6. Raleigh-Durham, NC: Romney 1,055, Obama 870, Crossroads 487.

7. Greensboro, NC: Romney 1,252, Obama 770, Crossroads 387.

8. Norfolk-Portsmouth, VA: Romney 1,004, Obama 700, Crossroads 367, Priorities 283.

9. Charlotte, NC: Romney 1,199, Obama 799, Crossroads 333.

10. Greenville-Spartanburg-Asheville, NC: Obama 1,175, Crossroads 1040.