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Clinton Still Outspending Trump 10-1 on the Airwaves

Mark Murray
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Even with Donald Trump's latest advertising buys, Hillary Clinton's campaign is still outspending him by a 10-to-1 margin over the airwaves.

The Clinton camp has spent more than $75 million on ads in the general election, while Trump's campaign - which aired its first general-election ad on Aug. 19 - has now spent $7.7 million, according to ad-spending data from Advertising Analytics.

Earlier this week, the Trump campaign said it was purchasing $10 million in ads, but only part of that buy has been ordered so far.

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When you add outside spending into the mix, Team Clinton holds a 5-to-1 advantage over Team Trump, $122 million to $23 million.