CNN, Google Partner on 'Campaign Explorer' for Deep Dive Into Election Data
CNN and Google have collaborated on "Campaign Explorer," a website created by production company B-Reel that takes data related to the presidential election's advertisements, spending and travel, and presents it in a graphic, interactive format.
Using HTML5, the site incorporates data from CNN's API, and presents it in a variety of ways. Users can click on a map of the United States to break down what each presidential candidate is spending in each state. The site also features a statewide breakdown of CNN's "poll of polls," showing which candidate is leading where. Information on ad spending, fundraising and travel -- to see where candidates are spending their time -- can also be found. Users can take state "snapshots" to compare states and share information on social networks. The data includes money spent on TV ads on a state and market level, as well as money raised on a state and country level. Super PAC and group or committee spending and fundraising is not included.
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