As most people know, 2012 presidential candidates spent an unprecedented amount on online ads — a whopping $78 million compared to 2008s measly $22.2 million. We crunched the numbers in 2012 and you can see the details here.
While digital advertising is the final push to the White House, education is the long journey. This infographic from DegreeJungle, “The Cost to Educate a President,” investigates the numbers involved with educating a president by comparing Obama and Romneys education costs against the average cost of education for Americans.
By Degree Jungle Is College Still Worth It