Joe Biden’s presidential campaign is spending less on digital outreach to younger voters than any other 2020 presidential campaign poised to make the third debate.
A Washington Free Beacon analysis of Facebook data available from 2020campaigntracker.com shows Biden's advertising on the social media platform has only focused 15 percent of its dollars to target people aged 13-44, even though those ages represent about 40 percent of all registered voters.
The data examined ranged from June 1 to Aug. 17.
By comparison, presidential candidates Vermont senator Bernie Sanders (I.) and Andrew Yang have targeted 68 percent and 81 percent of their Facebook advertising to the 13-44 age range.
Recent polls have highlighted Biden's weakness with younger voters even as he remains atop the Democratic field.