Our Flag

Our Flag

March 22, 2013

A graphical history of the United States flag Source

Food Profiles of Self Described Liberals and Conservatives

Food Profiles of Self Described Liberals and Conservatives

March 22, 2013

This infographic compares eating habits of liberals and conservatives. It compares what type of foods they prefer, when they eat, and how liberals and conservatives eat differently. It also shows what common ground attitudes each have toward food. Source

Converting Low Activity Post Offices

Converting Low Activity Post Offices

March 21, 2013

Converting low activity US post offices into village postal services. Source

The Weinergate Effect of Congressional Tweet Frequency

The Weinergate Effect of Congressional Tweet Frequency

March 21, 2013

This infographic shows the number of congressional politicians who Tweet and breaks it down by Democrat and Republican tweeters. It also provides a timeline of event tha Source

Predicting the President Based on Facebook and Twitter

Predicting the President Based on Facebook and Twitter

March 20, 2013

Four years ago a little known senator, Barack Obama, became the forty-fourth President of the United States of America. Experts suggest that one of the most influential factors for President Obama’s win in the previous election was his engagement on social media channels. Social media marketing is an often misunderstood and underutilized tool for politicians […]

The Presidential Race: Will Their Fans Take Them White House

The Presidential Race: Will Their Fans Take Them White House

March 19, 2013

Some insightful results showing the leading presidential candidate in Iowa Caucus Source

The Not So Golden Years: Are you Better Off than other Americans?

The Not So Golden Years: Are you Better Off than other Americans?

March 19, 2013

This infographic explores and compares the financial status of Americans. It provides an analysis for the American wealth gap. Source

Death & Taxes

Death & Taxes

March 18, 2013

This chart depicts the President’s budget request for 2012. The center circle is the discretionary budget: spending that must be approved by Congress every year. It is paid for largely with your federal income taxes and includes all departments within the federal government: a uniquely revealing look at our national priorities. Source

One Year On, How Much Has Changed?

One Year On, How Much Has Changed?

March 17, 2013

This infographic shows how much has changed in U.S GDP, National Debt, Unemployment Rate, etc. since Barack Obama took the presidency. It compares the statistical data to George Bush’s presidency. Source

Breakdown of the GOP Debates: What They

Breakdown of the GOP Debates: What They’ve Said and What They Haven’t Said

March 16, 2013

In this infographic they breakdown what words were used in the recent GOP debates and how often each word was used. It also shows that the words “middle class” were never used by any of the GOP candidates during the debates.

Arming The United States

Arming The United States

March 15, 2013

This infographic provides a variety of information concerning the United States military and weapon purchase. It provides information for how much the United States spends on arms and the army. It gives details on U.S weapon exportation and U.S military contractors worldwide.

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What’s Your Political Typology?

March 15, 2013

A visualization on the political typology in the US Source