Reaching the modern voter requires balance – and news is not enough. Advertisers looking to sway voters need to identify where they can optimize their budgets and allocate funding accordingly — it’s all about balance.
As midterm elections draw near, it should come as no surprise when political ads flood TV commercial breaks. Traditional TV has long served as the foundation for many successful political ad campaigns. But new research reveals that political advertisers who rely solely on traditional TV – particularly, cable news channels – are likely to be missing out on some audiences.
When it comes to effectively reaching households for political campaigns, combining linear TV and streaming delivers the greatest audience reach.
There are still unknowns about how the midterms will play out, but 1 thing is certain: '22 will see 1 of the largest spends on TV/digital advertising ever recorded during a midterm year.
Based on data insights from a dozen political advertiser campaigns with over 500 million impressions delivered, Effectv found that linear TV and streaming work better together to deliver audiences and reach voters.
The Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) population makes up a growing voter segment. In this report, we'll delve into demographics, review voting trends, discuss successful outreach strategies, and look at TV viewing habits.
Learn the best practices for how political candidates can maximize the impact of their TV ad campaigns — insights based on data from dozens of campaigns.
Latino voters make up a large and growing group that can be decisive at the polls. In this report, learn about Latinos’ voting trends and how to reach them in persuasive and impactful ways.
In a comparison of TV ad campaigns accross 28 statewide senate and gubernatorial races during the last election cycle, we found successful campaigns saw higher reach, share of voice, and more.
Hear about political advertising strategies any marketer can learn from, featuring three political media experts.