March 23, 2013
Governor job approval rating vs. percent of vote won in 2012 battleground states with GOP Governors and Legislatures.
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.
October 29, 2012
Currently the U.S is in the mists of the Republican primary. This infogrpahic developed by the Washington Post shows which candidates are leading in New Hampshire and what the constituents views on the candidates are. Source
October 15, 2012
With the 2012 election less than a year away, the election machine is fired up and ready to go. Hot topics include the economy, housing, and job creation through tax cuts and regulation. Source
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 […]
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
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 […]
August 8, 2012
Eight overlooked areas of U.S. expenditure by the GOP.
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
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
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 […]