Faculty members in Ohio's 11 largest universities donated more than $939,000 to candidates for federal office, according to The College Fix, a conservative news site that reports on higher education. Of that, $868,000 went to Democratic candidates.
Donors contributed $168,000 to presidential candidates, with Democrat Joe Biden receiving 83% of the funds, compared to 17% for President Trump.
At Ohio State University, the largest university in the state, 93% of faculty members gave contributions to Democrats. Biden received 90% of contributions to presidential candidates.
The one school in which Trump received more donations than Biden was Youngstown State University. He raised $2,315 compared to $785 for the former vice president.
Trump leads Biden 48% to 46.5% in the state, according to Real Clear Politics. In 2016, Trump won Ohio by 8 percentage points.
At other schools, Trump was outraised by Democratic candidates who have since dropped out the presidential race earlier this year, the news site reported. Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., raised more than $24,000 at the University of Cincinnati while supporters there gave Trump $3,300.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., Andrew Yang and Pete Buttigieg also outraised Trump.