By the numbers: The Democratic and GOP political conventions

Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton and her running mate Democratic vice presidential nominee U.S. Sen. Tim Kaine, D-Va., walk through a sea of balloons at the conclusion of the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia on Friday. AP /Mark J. Terrill

Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton and her running mate Democratic vice presidential nominee U.S. Sen. Tim Kaine, D-Va., walk through a sea of balloons at the conclusion of the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia on Friday. AP /Mark J. Terrill

The four-day Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia ended Thursday. The four-day Republican National Convention occurred in Cleveland the week before, July 18-21. Here’s how they matched up in a few categories.*

 

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*Compiled by AJC staffer Isaac Sabetai

Sources: Atlanta Journal-Constitution,  Nielsen, The Los Angeles Times, C-Span for stats on speech length.


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