There is a big difference between the kind of people who have donated to the campaigns of President Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden.
The top donors for the incumbent president include officers with the New York Police Department, pastors, business owners, ranchers, farmers, U.S. Marines, and homeowners. Those donating to Biden are educators, Facebook and Google employees, medical workers, university faculty members, and retail staffers.
Those more evenly split between Biden and Trump include U.S. Postal Service workers, realtors, dentists, caregivers, and entrepreneurs.
The breakdown of donor demographics is the result of a Bloomberg News analysis of data from the partisan online platforms WinRed and ActBlue.
According to a report from the Center for Responsive Politics, spending during this 2020 presidential cycle will be around $6.6 billion, double the total amount spent during the 2016 election. Biden’s campaign has reported netting nearly $1 billion in individual contributions as of Oct. 14. As for Trump, his campaign has raise about $600 million.