Third-Party Dollars Spent on Deceptive Ads: Update Through 11/6/2012

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From 4/10/2012 through 11/6/2012, an estimated $68,328,770 was spent on third party ads containing at least one claim considered deceptive by fact-checking organizations. This number represents 21.87% of dollars spent on third party presidential television advertising since then. From Kantar Media CMAG—Calculating Television Rates to Determine Dollars Spent*Estimates based on …
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In Election’s Closing Days, Ad Campaign Urges Battleground Stations to Reject Deceptive Outside Group Ads and Increase On-Air and Online Fact Checking

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To remind radio and TV stations in battleground markets of their right to reject deceptive outside group ads and to thank those that have been fact checking deceptive political content, FlackCheck.org, a project of the Annenberg Public Policy Center (APPC), will spend $40,000 airing a version of this radio ad …
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Third-Party Dollars Spent on Deceptive Ads: Update Through 10/19/2012

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From 4/10/2012 to 10/19/2012, an estimated $42,333,400 has been spent on third party ads containing at least one claim considered deceptive by fact-checking organizations. This number represents 24.9% of dollars spent on third party presidential television advertising since then.   From Kantar Media CMAG—Calculating Television Rates to Determine Dollars Spent*Estimates …
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Third-Party Dollars Spent on Deceptive Ads: Update Through 10/9/2012

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From 4/10/2012 to 10/9/2012, an estimated $40,841,180 has been spent on third party ads containing at least one claim considered deceptive by fact-checking organizations. This number represents 26.5% of dollars spent on third party presidential television advertising since then. From Kantar Media CMAG—Calculating Television Rates to Determine Dollars Spent*Estimates based …
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The Public Still has a Lot to Learn About the 2012 Presidential Race but Those Who Seek out Fact Checking on the Internet Know More

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With a little over a month to go before Election Day, the public has a lot to learn about the 2012 presidential race according to a national telephone survey of 1,522[1] adults 18 years of age or older conducted by Social Science Research Solutions (SSRS) for the Annenberg Public Policy …
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Third-Party Dollars Spent on Deceptive Ads: Update Through 9/20/2012

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From 4/10/2012 to 9/20/2012, an estimated $29,222,440 has been spent on third party ads containing at least one claim considered deceptive by fact-checking organizations. This number represents 27.8% of dollars spent on third party presidential television advertising since then. Third-Party Dollars Spent on Deceptive Ads* Super PACs Estimated Spending from …
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Third-Party Dollars Spent on Deceptive Ads: Update Through 9/13/2012

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From 12/1/11 to 9/13/12, an estimated $63,589,170 has been spent on ads containing at least one claim considered deceptive by fact-checking organizations. Third-Party Dollars Spent on Deceptive Ads*^ Super PAC Estimated Spending from 12/1/2011 through 9/13/2012 Restore Our Future $21,379,570 Priorities USA Action $4,466,210 Winning Our Future $536,530 Red White …
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Third-Party Dollars Spent on Deceptive Ads: Update Through 8/31/12

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From 12/1/11 to 8/3/12, an estimated $55,372,290 has been spent on ads containing at least one claim considered deceptive by fact-checking organizations.
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Third-Party Dollars Spent on Deceptive Ads: Update Through 8/3/12

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From 12/1/11 to 8/3/12, an estimated $55,372,290 has been spent on ads containing at least one claim considered deceptive by fact-checking organizations.
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Third-Party Dollars Spent on Deceptive Ads: Update Through 7/5/12

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From 12/1/11 to 7/5/12, $54,140,760 has been spent on ads containing at least one claim considered deceptive by fact-checking organizations.
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