Election 2012 Social Media Rankings

Election 2012 Social Media Rankings

October 12, 2013

See how the candidates stack up when all their Facebook Likes (or fans) and Twitter followers are added up. Source

Women in Goverment

Women in Goverment

March 24, 2013

This graphic illustrates countries with the largest ratios of women in Parliament/Congress around the World. Source

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The Presidential Race

February 21, 2013

Will these presidential candidates’ Facebook fans take them to the White House in the 2012 election? Source

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Where Candidates Found Support

February 10, 2013

At the end of a close race, Barack Obama had 52 percent of the pledged delegates to Hillary Clinton’s 48%. Mr. Obama never trailed, building most of his lead in a series of victories after Super Tuesday. Source

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Lobbyists: How We Run Washington

December 23, 2012

Lobbying is a fundamental part of the political process: one where organizations pay experts to pay politicians to pass laws. But that’s not at all corruption. Read on to find out how lobbying words. Source

The Times, They are a Changin

The Times, They are a Changin’

December 6, 2012

The American voter has changed significantly over the last 10 years. From the rise of social media, primary news sources, and issues of importance, candidates have had to change how they speak to their constituents. Our latest infographic breaks down the evolution of elections. Source

The Future of Pakistan by Pringers

The Future of Pakistan by Pringers

September 16, 2012

Who will Pakistanis vote for in the next elections? What should we do with India? What’s the bigger problem: Terrorism or Inflation? Will Pakistan survive two more years? We explore all these questions using data analysis with Pring Source

United States of America Presidential Election 2012

United States of America Presidential Election 2012

September 5, 2012

This infographic provides everything you need to know about the 2012 presidential elections. Anywhere from debates, to primary elections, here you can find out everything you want to know about the 2012 presidential elections. Source

Mitt Romney Blows Away The Competition On Facebook

Mitt Romney Blows Away The Competition On Facebook

August 6, 2012

Despite two average debate performances in South Carolina and news this week that he actually lost the Iowa caucus, Mitt Romney is surpassing the other Republican presidential hopefuls in every other Facebook metric, from user interactions to overall fan growth and user engagement. Source

Iowa Republican Caucuses

Iowa Republican Caucuses

July 2, 2012

Rick Santorum’s campaign claimed a belated victory in the Iowa caucuses on Jan. 19 — more than two weeks after the contest — when certified results showed him leading Mitt Romney by 34 votes, a reversal from the eight-vote edge than Mr. Romney held on caucus night. 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

Google Politics and Elections Super Tuesday

Google Politics and Elections Super Tuesday

June 1, 2012

Google and JESS3 teamed up to visualize the Super Tuesday races according to State Won, Google Search Rank, Delegates Won and the National Polls. Source