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Global Debt

February 2, 2013

This infographic provides details about U.S debt and how it’s affecting the global market. It shows what countries the U.S owes money to and what countries owe money to the U.S and the likelihood that each place can make good on their debts. Source

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Is Plastic Still Fantastic in 2011

January 15, 2013

This infographic explores the credit card industry in the U.S since the recession to determine which credit cards are the best to use. They provide information about the different credit card companies and transaction actions.

U.S. National Debt

U.S. National Debt

October 27, 2012

This infographic created by the current administration provides data to show the current U.S National debt and where the U.S spent their money which created that debt. Source

How Much to Tax the American People to Pay Off the Public Debt

How Much to Tax the American People to Pay Off the Public Debt

September 24, 2012

This infographic examines how much theU.S debt will be paid off. It explores different options that the U.S government has in order to reduce their debt. Finally it compares the tax burden with the median household income to see if it is feasible to clear the debt using tax payer dollars. Source

What the Debt Deal Costs

What the Debt Deal Costs

September 9, 2012

This infogrpahic provides a breakdown for how the current 2011 debt deal is going to affect social and public services in America. It shows what government cut spending on and what it did not cute spending on. Source

Who in Washington is Responsible for the U.S Debt?

Who in Washington is Responsible for the U.S Debt?

August 12, 2012

In this infographic they explore which U.S political party is responsible for the U.S debt. By using graphical data they determine which party during which presidency caused the highest debt in the United States. Source

Raise the Roof

Raise the Roof

August 4, 2012

As the U.S government tries to determine whether to raise the debt ceiling this infographic takes a look at the public’s reaction to U.S spending. It provides information about if the public thinks that the debt ceiling should be raised and what are the best ways to deal with U.S debt. Source