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 […]

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

Game-Plan

The Game Plan

February 7, 2013

We believe that the only reason to start something is to finish it. We want to know the systems and be quick to respond throughout the budgeting process to ensure communities in central Africa can live without fear of the LRA. Here’s the game plan for getting the needed funds. Source

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No Small Change

January 25, 2013

This inforgaphic shows the how the Obama administrations has changed campaign finance. The Obama campaigners were the first to begin campaigning for a political candidate online using social media tools to generate funds to his candidacy. This infographic also provides a brief history of how campaign financing was carried out in the past and the […]

How Do Americans Feel About the Bin Laden Mission

How Do Americans Feel About the Bin Laden Mission

September 22, 2012

This infographic looks at how the American public feels about the U.S. mission to kill elusive Al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden. Do they approve of it? Who do they think most deserves credit? Source

Election 2012: Shrinking Cities in Presidential Debates

Election 2012: Shrinking Cities in Presidential Debates

September 7, 2012

The driving concerns of American presidential politics ebb and flow, reflected in the language spoken at presidential debates. In this infograph, we map frequency with which certain terms have been mentioned at debates over the last 35 years. And watch “cities” and “urban” fade into the background of these quadrennial conversations. Will the 2012 debates […]

Self-Deportation: A Flowchart

Self-Deportation: A Flowchart

September 6, 2012

An advisory infographic regarding appropriate self-deportation protocols following the 2012 Presidential Election. Source

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Barack Obama’s 50th Birthday

September 5, 2012

Barack Obama is turning 50. From the crib to the Oval Office, here are the numbers behind the world’s most powerful man. Source

Top Campaign Contributions

Top Campaign Contributions

August 22, 2012

This infographic analysis whether wall street and top companies “own” Barack Obama because of significant contributions they have made to his campaign. It provides how much money his campaign and the people in his cabinet raised during their campaigns and who were the net contributors. It also provides the same information for top Republicans in […]

African-American in America: From Slavery to President

African-American in America: From Slavery to President

August 12, 2012

American history of the African-American that landed in American colonies some 400 years as slaves, this race has come a long way from slavery to American presidency. Check out some great facts about African-American Source

Showing the Obama-Clinton Divide in Decisison Tree

Showing the Obama-Clinton Divide in Decisison Tree

June 4, 2012

Amanda Cox, of The New York Times, made another excellent graphic (and I wouldn’t expect anything less). We see an entire story between Obama and Clinton – positions taken, counties won, and counties lost. Go ahead and take a look. Words bad. Picture good. Ooga. Booga. Source