Is there an explosion of political activism on the right, or a new kind of politics that is being embraced on the left?
One thing is for sure: it is happening on a huge scale.
According to a survey by the non-partisan Center for Responsive Politics, the number of political advertisements that are placed on Americans’ homes has grown from 0.6% of the entire market in 2016 to 5.2% in 2021.
These ads, which were first noticed by the Center for Public Integrity, are designed to influence a particular audience—a broad swath of Americans whose views are generally conservative.
The survey also shows that the average American, even with a college degree, has not changed in terms of the types of ads they are viewing, and they are still largely the same.
This is a significant development in a society that, until recently, tended to be more liberal.
Political ad spending has always been a conservative phenomenon, but now that the Democratic Party has become more progressive, there is a new political dimension to it.
One of the biggest political advertisers on the internet, Google, is now a target for left-wing activists in the United States.
And Google’s new president, Eric Schmidt, has a history of pushing a politics of the underdog.
Schmidt is the executive chairman of Alphabet, a group of companies that owns Google, YouTube, and other major technology companies.
The companies that Google owns are widely seen as progressive.
In fact, in 2014, the tech industry’s chief executive, Eric Eisenberg, took a swipe at Silicon Valley, describing it as “the echo chamber of a dying political culture.”
Schmidt, who is the former CEO of eBay, is a man who is obsessed with social justice, and in January of this year he said that he was not interested in running for office because “I don’t see myself in politics, or in any political context.”
Google and Facebook, two of the most popular companies in the world, have a lot of employees and a huge amount of cash, and these are the companies that Schmidt and company are targeting.
These companies are making a big splash with their new political advertising.
According the Center on Media and Democracy, which tracks political ads, these companies spent $9.4 billion on political advertising in the first quarter of 2021, a 20% increase over the same period in 2021 from the previous year.
But while they are spending more money, they are also seeing a decrease in political advertising on their platforms.
The data shows that political ads are increasingly being seen as a tool to get clicks.
According Google, the average time that an ad is shown on the first page of Google News was 18 seconds in 2021, and that figure was 8.7 seconds in 2020.
Facebook, on the other hand, showed the average ad as a third of the first pages of News and had a median time of just under seven seconds.
In 2021, the companies were showing the average ads for the first three pages of Facebook News, and for the next two pages it was the next most common ad, at 5.6 seconds.
The median time that a political ad was shown was 8 seconds, and the median time for the third page was 7.8 seconds.
If you scroll down a little, you will see the percentage of the ad that is shown, and Google shows more political ads than Facebook.
Facebook’s ads, by contrast, are more conservative than Google’s.
In terms of how they were shown, the percentage that was shown for each page was the same as Google, with Google showing more ads on the third and fourth pages than Facebook did.
So what is happening with political ads is that these companies are trying to reach the people who are most likely to use their platforms in the future.
This year, the social network has seen a rise in political ads that are aimed at women, but the companies are also showing more political advertisements for Hispanics and African Americans.
It is a move to broaden the electorate beyond just young, affluent, white people, and to get people who may have been skeptical about political candidates to actually take a look at them, which is important to the companies.
Google is also trying to make its political advertising more inclusive.
For example, the company is using its search engine algorithms to identify people who might be interested in reading a story about a new election, and then offering them the chance to vote.
The company also has tried to reach out to the black community through ads on its YouTube channel, which have focused on issues like police violence.
But the ads are also reaching out to younger audiences.
As part of a campaign to reach millennials, Google created a YouTube channel called Millennials for the Future.
The campaign, which was launched in March of this the same year, was created to help young people get to know politicians by reading their profiles, listening to their speeches, and following their Instagram accounts.
But Google is still spending a lot