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Occupy Wall Street: Overview, Scope & background

November 24, 2013

Now a global movement, the OWS is an ongoing demonstration protesting against the difference in wealth between the top 1% of earners and the other citizens of the United States, as well as social and economic inequality, corporate influence in politics, and corporate greed. Source

The U.S. Presidential Race On Facebook

The U.S. Presidential Race On Facebook

October 15, 2013

Social Bakers is an analytics company by nature so leveraging data for coverage isn’t that much of a stretch. But their presidential candidate Facebook stats infographic is a fun take on numbers and a good example of inserting your message/brand into a current topic of conversation. Source

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Should Taxes be MORE than Company Profits?

October 5, 2013

There’s a problem with the anti-business rhetoric being bandied about. In case we’ve forgotten, businesses create jobs – jobs that drive the economy. Businesses also pay taxes – a lot of taxes. Quick quiz. Did you know… • In 2011, ExxonMobil made profits after taxes of $41.4 billion on sales of $486.4 billion. That’s ~ […]

How Will Healthcare Reform Affect Me?

How Will Healthcare Reform Affect Me?

August 21, 2013

An infographic showing the effect of healthcare reform on individuals within America.

The Republican Race

The Republican Race

May 17, 2013

This infographic examines the state of the GOP presidential race among the most engaging and influential Republican candidates on Facebook. Source

Wealth Distribution in the United States

Wealth Distribution in the United States

May 1, 2013

A visual look at income disparity in the United States. How big is the gap between rich and poor? How financially equal is the United States compared to other countries in the world? Source

Economic Impact of Immigration

Economic Impact of Immigration

May 1, 2013

Immigration is a big issue in the United States and in countries the world over. This infographic really focuses on the economic impact of immigration. Source

Household Game Changers

Household Game Changers

March 27, 2013

Everyday household items can save lives in developing countries. Source

The Social Campaign: The Growing Reach of Social Media

The Social Campaign: The Growing Reach of Social Media’s Election Impact

March 26, 2013

Social media played an astounding role in the 2008 presidential election and demonstrated the emerging impact of social media on politics. These platforms enabled people to learn and share about the election and proved especially popular with voters ages 18 to 34. Today, social media has expanded its reach to audiences of all ages, with […]

A Taste of Republican Governance

A Taste of Republican Governance

March 23, 2013

Governor job approval rating vs. percent of vote won in 2012 battleground states with GOP Governors and Legislatures.

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

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.