It is bullshit, but every campaign does this. Personally, I like to take the total money raised over the total unique donors to get per donor, which feels like a much more genuine metric. I believe you can go to the FEC site for past quarters and get the data. The campaigns are also constantly releasing theirCute Super Donor Shirt. You can do the math yourself by checking how much money they raised to date along with their total unique donors. All of this is publicly available as of the end of Q3. Total unique donors? Only the campaigns know.
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This is harder to get at because it’s not always clear if it is actually a duplicate. What if Bob Smith and Bob Smith don’t have the same address? Could be different Bobs or Bob could have moved recently. Are there any published stats on average contribution per individual by the candidate? Instead of average contribution by donation. Probably not although I have looked into the data and could probably get some Cute Super Donor Shirt. I posted some plots a while back from scripts I wrote and that metric would be pretty easy to collect based on what I already have, although I think I have to update my data files. I know based on contribution frequency, Sanders was way higher in same day donations.