Hitting The Ceiling:Budget Control Act of 2011

Hitting The Ceiling:Budget Control Act of 2011

March 14, 2013

The debt ceiling became a major point of conflict in 2011 between Republicans, who control the House, and President Obama and the Democrats who remain in control of the Senate. This impasse was resolved in the short-term when Congress passed the Budget Control Act of 2011. Source

YouTube Town Hall by the Numbers

YouTube Town Hall by the Numbers

December 10, 2012

This infographic provides information for Youtube Town Hall use. It shows what videos were the most popular and what issues people are most eager in learning about in YouTube Town Hall videos.

Hill People: Who Are They and Where Did They come

Hill People: Who Are They and Where Did They come

October 10, 2012

A breakdown of the demographics of top congressional staffers, many of whom toil behind the scenes in relative anonymity. National Journal interviewed more than 300 top-level Congressional staffers for our special “Hill People” issue. These graphics represent a demographic breakdown of the staffers we interviewed. This graphic is part of National Journal’s special Hill People […]

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 […]

The 2012 Social Media Presidential Election

The 2012 Social Media Presidential Election

August 14, 2012

Which presidential candidate would lead the elections if it was up to their social media fans? Source

This is Not My Beautiful House

This is Not My Beautiful House

July 28, 2012

This infographic provides demographic information about the U.S congress. It illustrates that although the United States is becoming more diverse, the U.S congress is not reflecting that by those who are in office. It shows what Congress demographically looks like now and what it would look like if it reflected the U.S population. Source

NYC & Democrats

NYC & Democrats

July 18, 2012

Political parties are always trying to recruit new people and get people voting.The Manhattan Young Democrats created this infographic to show how New York City and State Democrats work. It breaks down the party by committees and shows why it is important to vote at election time. Source

How being a Liberal or Conservative Shapes your life

How being a Liberal or Conservative Shapes your life

June 4, 2012

These days identifying yourself as a liberal or conservative transcends politics. It’s the type of rift that extends to cultural, family and to some degree religious values. Studies have even suggested these differences in beliefs and attitudes cut so deep you can spot them in the structure of the brain. Source

Liberal U - Why Are American Universities Run by Democrats?

Liberal U – Why Are American Universities Run by Democrats?

May 7, 2012

Democrats outnumber Republicans in the faculties of American universities. Why is this the case? Some argue that the lack of diversity among professors leads to an unbalanced and one-sided education, while others argue that conservatives self-select themselves out of this liberal profession. We dived into this issue, and the research suggests that this might not […]