- Mar 30, 2011
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With voting just four days off in the United States, the presidential campaigns are digging in for their last chance to convince voters, and theyre being nasty about it.
A full 99% of Republican nominee Mitt Romneys advertisements had a negative tone in the week between October 24 and 30, as did 85% of President Obamas campaign spots, according to data from Kantar Media published by Politico. (The remaining 1% of Romneys ads included positive appeals to Latino and women voters.) Independent political committees also leaned critical, with 89% of Republican ads and 87% of Democratic ads scoring as negative.
99% of Mitt Romney’s ads last week were negative – Quartz
and the 1% were ads in Spanish.