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Interest Groups

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Interest Groups

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For each interest group, we offer:

  • Totals: A summary of political giving dating back to 1990 election cycle, including breakdowns by type of contribution and political party
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Sector Totals, 2019-2020

RankSector Amount Total to Parties & Candidates DemsRepubs To DEMS
To REPUBS
To OUTSIDE SPENDING GRPS
1 Other $1,238,902,998 $1,068,566,067 52.8% 46.9% $564,598,755
2 Finance/Insur/RealEst $960,167,928 $531,181,451 50.8% 49.0% $269,696,752
3 Ideology/Single-Issue $583,069,011 $324,214,115 65.9% 33.7% $213,572,197
4 Misc Business $417,037,429 $300,104,718 53.3% 46.4% $159,872,120
5 Health $288,468,353 $221,101,958 62.5% 37.1% $138,270,688
6 Communic/Electronics $259,698,885 $201,264,362 77.9% 21.7% $156,792,104
7 Lawyers & Lobbyists $198,209,101 $190,341,948 75.5% 24.2% $143,753,053
8 Energy/Nat Resource $131,571,442 $84,361,978 26.7% 73.1% $22,539,152
9 Labor $129,030,929 $55,175,496 85.6% 14.1% $47,252,459
10 Construction $98,569,813 $89,879,969 32.7% 67.0% $29,423,585
11 Agribusiness $98,091,305 $77,592,431 32.9% 66.7% $25,537,620
12 Transportation $76,041,861 $73,765,778 36.1% 63.7% $26,627,874
13 Defense $27,291,336 $26,864,609 45.9% 54.0% $12,336,553

METHODOLOGY: The numbers on this page are based on contributions of $200 or more from PACs and individuals to federal candidates and from PACs, soft money (including directly from corporate and union treasuries) and individual donors to political parties and outside spending groups, as reported to the Federal Election Commission. Donations to Democrats, Donations to Republicans, and the associated percentages are based solely on contributions to candidates and parties. Independent expenditures and electioneering communications are not reflected in the breakdown by party.

All donations took place during the 2019-2020 election cycle and were released by the Federal Election Commission on Monday, September 21, 2020.

Feel free to distribute or cite this material, but please credit the Center for Responsive Politics. For permission to reprint for commercial uses, such as textbooks, contact the Center: info@crp.org

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