Deep Root Audiences
Deep Root creates proprietary audiences by leveraging our analytics, targeting and metrics infrastructure to produce a variety of highly accurate probabilities for every individual on a wide variety of measures that matter to advertisers. These probabilities are built off of our in-house national file that is rich with consumer and behavioral data, vote history, and regularly enhanced with large-sample surveys. Our audiences are then comprised of individuals who fit within the criteria of each segment.
Deep Root builds a variety of audiences that are frequently updated based our regularly recurring data refresh and survey collection schedule. Our available audiences are below:
2nd AMENDMENT PERSUADABLES
Voters who are receptive to messages both for or against 2nd Amendment and gun control issues.
ANTI BIG TECH
Voters who have an unfavorable view of technology companies such as Facebook, Google, Amazon and Twitter.
ANTI GREEN NEW DEAL
Voters who oppose socialism sold as a means of saving the environment.
Voters opposed to the impeachment of President Trump.
Voters who believe socialism would be bad for the country.
BIG TECH PERSUADABLES
Voters who are receptive to both positive and negative messages about technology companies such as Facebook, Google, Amazon and Twitter.
CLIMATE CHANGE PERSUADABLES
Voters who are receptive to messages both for or against federal action on climate change.
Voters who are community influencers and whose consumption choices are impacted by a company’s or CEO’s stance on hot- button issues.
DISTRUST TRUMP MEDIA COVERAGE
Voters who believe that the Trump administration is doing a better job than the media gives them credit for.
DRUG COSTS PERSUADABLES
Voters who are receptive to messages both for or against government action on the cost of prescription drugs.
Voters who want to protect the environment even at the expense of the economy.
GOP EARLY AND ABSENTEE VOTERS
Republican voters who are likely to vote early or absentee.
Voters who are reluctantly supporting the Democratic presidential candidate.
High turnout voters who are likely to follow the news and actively engage in their community.
All voters classified as highly likely and moderately likely to vote in the upcoming election.
OIL & GAS PERSUADABLES
Voters who are receptive to both positive and negative messages about the oil and gas industry.
OPPOSE MEDICARE- FOR-ALL
Voters who prefer a market-based solution for the US healthcare system over a “medicare-for-all” system.
Voters who are receptive to both positive and negative messages about pharmaceutical companies.
PRO BIG TECH
Voters who have a favorable view of technology companies such as Facebook, Google, Amazon and Twitter.
PRO GUN CONTROL
Voters who believe it is important to put more restrictions on gun ownership.
PRO OIL & GAS
Voters who have a favorable view of the oil and gas industry.
PRO OPIOID CRISIS ACTION
Voters who believe the federal government should be doing more on the Opioid crisis.
Voters who have a favorable view of pharmaceutical companies.
Enthusiastic supporters of President Trump.
PRO TRUMP ECONOMY
Voters who approve of President Trump’s handling of the economy.
Democratic voters who are supporting President Trump’s re-election.
“ALL OF THE ABOVE” ENERGY
Voters who favor energy development that includes new drilling for oil and gas as well as more renewable energy.
All voters likely to vote for Republicans in the upcoming election.
Voters who are likely undecided on the upcoming election and are receptive to messages from both parties.
PRO IMMIGRATION ENFORCEMENT
Voters who support strict immigration enforcement laws including deportation and a wall on the Southern border.
Voters who are reluctantly supporting President Trump.
Female voters who are likely are undecided on the upcoming election and are receptive to messages from both parties.
Blue Collar Voters
Low income, low education white voters likely to hold a blue collar job.
Voters over the age of 65 who are likely are undecided on the upcoming election and are receptive to messages from both parties.
Hispanic voters who do not consistently fall along party lines and are receptive to messages from both parties.
Consistent Republican primary voters.
Low and mid-turnout Republican voters.
PRO 2nd AMENDMENT
Voters who believe it is important to protect the right of Americans to own guns.