jueves, 18 de octubre de 2012

Chicago compra anuncios en Minnesota (¿?)

Nos lo cuentan en First Read:
*** Obama camp playing in Minnesota: And speaking of ads, don’t miss that the Obama campaign is airing $57,000 in radio TV ads in Minnesota, while Jill Biden will campaign in the state tomorrow (as well as in Wisconsin). Why is the Obama camp airing ads in Minnesota? Well one reason is that the state borders both Wisconsin and Iowa. But perhaps a bigger reason is that the pro-Romney Super PAC American Future Fund has spent $1.5 million in Minnesota since Labor Day, including $350,000 this week.
También destacan que la guerra de anuncios se está desplazando hacia el Medio Oeste (Ohio, Wisconsin, Iowa) y alejándose del Sur (Florida, Virginia, Carolina del Norte). Una buena noticia para Romney.
One of the “tells” we told you about MONTHS ago about this battleground map was to keep an eye on October and see where the battle was being waged more intensely. If it was in the New South battleground states of FL/NC and VA more than the Midwest, advantage Obama. Well, this list of markets tells you, the battle is in the Midwest, that’s good news for Romney.
1. Green Bay
2. Denver
3. Cincinnati
4. Columbus
5. Madison
6. Toledo
7. Rochester-Mason City-Austin (Iowa)
8. Cleveland
9. Orlando-Daytona Beach
10. Las Vegas

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