Well, I have no idea how Google predicts the budget for the present or 
future, but you can derive similar information as follow:
Request a CAMPAIGN_PERFORMANCE_REPORT, include your campaign (or filter on 
it) and also ContentBudgetLostImpressionShare and 
SearchBudgetLostImpressionShare. If either is above 2% your budget was too 
low. Read the documentation to see what those fields really mean.

It's not exactly the information you're looking for. First you need to 
request a period in the past (like yesterday or last seven days), where the 
Recommended Daily Budget is about the present or future. Still you have 

Hope this helps.

On Wednesday, November 30, 2016 at 10:49:00 PM UTC+1, karl appel wrote:
> Essentially what I am looking for is a way to determine via the API 
> whether a campaign is limited by budget. According to the Google Adwords 
> API, this warning happens when above the recommended daily budget 
> https://support.google.com/adwords/answer/2616012?hl=en. The daily budget 
> is a definition https://support.google.com/adwords/answer/25426 , but I 
> don't see where in the API you would get this information. 
> I checked the Budget Class in the API but I have had no luck finding what 
> I am looking for. Is this supported? If so, what are the steps to 
> accomplish this goal of finding if a campaign is limited by budget?

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