Con­ser­v­a­tive PAC defends the effec­tive­ness of its Trump attack ads

A con­ser­v­a­tive polit­i­cal action com­mit­tee asso­ci­at­ed with the influ­en­tial Club for Growth is defend­ing its efforts to poach sup­port from for­mer Pres­i­dent Don­ald Trump’s 2024 cam­paign.
“The data shows we can and did move the nee­dle,” Win It Back PAC Pres­i­dent David McIn­tosh, also the pres­i­dent of Club for Growth, said in a Fri­day state­ment.
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The New York Times report­ed Thurs­day on a memo to donors, writ­ing that WIB found “lit­tle is work­ing” in adver­tise­ments against Trump.
Trump senior advis­er Jason Miller react­ed to the report on social media, sug­gest­ing the ad cam­paigns were a waste of mon­ey. “All that mon­ey could be going to help defeat Joe Biden. They’re lit­er­al­ly light­ing the donor mon­ey on fire,” he wrote.

The PAC believes the report’s fram­ing missed the mark and does­n’t cap­ture what the data it col­lect­ed show. In the donor memo, WIB sum­ma­rizes that in Iowa, “we suc­cess­ful­ly dam­aged Pres­i­dent Trump’s stand­ing in our treat­ment mar­kets on every key met­ric we tracked com­pared to the shifts that occurred in the con­trol mar­kets.”
It high­light­ed sig­nif­i­cant decreas­es in pos­i­tive views of Trump across sev­er­al met­rics in the state. Favo …