The controversy over abortion rights dominated marketing campaign advertisements within the first half of September, coming in because the top-most talked about concern from September 1 by way of September 15, in keeping with an NBC Information evaluation.
The evaluation examined 448 distinctive Senate, Home and gubernatorial advertisements tracked by AdImpact, an advert monitoring agency. Abortion was talked about in 90 of these advertisements, or two %, in keeping with AdImpact.
Democrats overwhelmingly ran extra advertisements about abortion than Republicans. Many Democratic advertisements accused their opponents of being “too excessive” on abortion, like this advert towards Republican Jennifer Ruth-Inexperienced run by the DCCC in Indiana, this advert run by Rep. Chris Pappas, D-N.H., towards his opponent Karoline Leavitt and this advert run by Kristen Engel, a Democrat working in Arizona’s sixth District, towards her Republican opponent.
One Republican who did run an advert attacking his opponent on abortion was Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla. His advert attacked his opponent for Senate, Rep. Val Demings, D-Fla., saying, “She … helps taxpayer funded abortion till the second of beginning.” (Politifact discovered this assertion to be “principally false.”)
The second most oft-mentioned matter is inflation, which led NBC Information’ earlier advert analyses for fourth months straight. It was talked about in 71 advertisements from September 1 by way of September 15.
Many inflation advertisements have been run by challengers, accusing their opponents of constructing costs rise whereas in energy.
For instance, Republican Mark Ronchetti accused sitting Gov. Michelle Lujan-Grisham of “making [inflation] worse” on this advert.
And, in Iowa’s First District, Democrat Christina Bohannan ran an advert telling voters, “Costs preserve going up and [GOP Rep. Mariannette Miller-Meeks] gained’t do something about it.”
The third most-ofted point out concern in advertisements within the final two weeks was crime, adopted by weapons and China.