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There is no discerinble relationship between height and power. Maybe world leaders really are larger than life.
Portrait of Brexit Britain: A Divided Nation Makes a Journey Into the Unknown
Nearly two years since the shocking EU referendum vote, divisions have only hardened across Britain. Some people wished Brexit would happen faster. Some didn’t want it, but will get on with it...
"He Was Always Nice" - An Overview On Mass Shootings
There is not yet a standard definition of the term mass shooting, however this is a daily issue in the US, since the list of mass shootings keeps getting longer. "He was always nice" lets the...
From Drahoš to Zeman
The latest presidential race in the Czech Republic was hugely polarized. This infographic is to show exactly that - from one extreme to the other with all 6000+ municipalities between.
Estado Actual de la Garantía del Derecho a la Salud en México (Current Status of the Guarantee of the Right to Health in Mexico)
The right to health is inherent in the nature of all human beings by the simple fact of being, its foundation, like that of other human rights, is found in human dignity, which confers on all...
A New, Huge Review Of Gun Research Has Bad News For The NRA
The findings, while limited, point in one direction: Gun control can save lives.
Vi(c)e organique offers a pathway for discovering the informal networks of influence that developed, starting in 2013, from consultations aimed at defining European environmental objectives for...
Share of Women in Elected Office in Every State
Women still have a long way to go before their representation in state political offices reflects the U.S. population. This graphic shows how women currently represent just 25.3 percent of state...
A Rising Tide of Plastic in the Ocean
A Rising Tide of Plastic in the Ocean is an Infographic built using Tableau. It tells us a story on how Plastic Production is increasing each year and how this is impacting Marine life. It shows...
China Chooses Its Most Powerful Leaders
The path to power means checking certain boxes.
After five editions of consistently high-quality publications, the American Cancer Society and Vital Strategies sought to create a more readable and engaging experience for users perusing the...
The Victims Who Don’t Count
A major nationwide investigation that revealed how in seven states victims of crime who apply for victim’s compensation to help with funeral expenses, lost wages and hospital bills are rejected if...
What's Your Vote Worth?
"What's Your Vote Worth?" presents America's proven capacity to improve equal access for its voters, while also encouraging readers to critically examine aspects of the American voting system where...
Supreme Court Justices Become Less Impartial And More Ideological When Casting the Swing Vote
New research shows that Supreme Court justices are more likely to vote in line with their ideology when casting a pivotal vote. The findings raise serious questions about the neutrality of the...
The Pension Time Bomb: $400 Trillion By 2050
Affording old age.
The Worst Tweeter In Politics Isn’t Trump
Twitter has become the venue for political outreach, international diplomacy, whitehouse personnel announcements and other important political communications. In this piece, we analyze the concept...
The New Political Galaxy Under Macron
Emmanuel Macron's new political party 'En Marche' changed everything in the french political landscape ; the classic left/right division is no more, as the two historic left and right parties faced...
My Memory of Wenchuan Earthquake
The devastating Wenchuan Earthquake shocked the world on May 12, 2008. Over 69,000 people lost their lives in the quake, and it has become the most painful memory for many since then. Near the 10th...
Hall of Shame
This data visualisation sets out to show readers the faces of the murderers behind the trigger of each mass shooting in the United States since 1966. We defined mass shootings as events in which...
Black People In America
The problem of racial discrimination has been a social problem in different countries. The unfair treatment of African and Caribbean Americans in the United States is one of the topics that has...
Over 4 million Americans don't have anyone to vote for them in Congress
Are U.S. territories and the District getting a fair deal?
Political Network Map
An interactive network map about the main political ideologies and their related economic and social doctrines. Each ideology is linked to some specific octrines about economy, socaility, work and...
Whats at Stake in America's Midterm Elections?
This explainer-piece breaks down for an international audience why the US-midterms are important, how they function and what has been the party-wise trends over the years. Also, it looks at related...
The Atlas Of Migration: Maps And Numbers To Counter Fake News
The topic of migration in Italy is often simplified for electoral purposes and is often the subject of fake news. Through maps, numbers and infographics, we have tried to reverse this trend. With a...
The Differences In How CNN, MSNBC, And FOX Cover The News
Cable news is a major source of information for millions of Americans. But the story you get depends on the channel you watch.
In Search for a Candidate
Visualizations about the Google search popularity of candidates to the 2018 Brazilian presidential election
Degrees Of Democracy
The project gives a new perspective on the world and the »Democracy Index« by The Economist. Usually, we compare countries on a map. This is reasonable as their geographical position and shape is...
Growth rates among the world's major economies are rising at levels not seen in years, yet the missing link to the boom is inflation. In much of Europe as well as the United States, inflation...
How Childhood Gun Victims Die
A poll of polls: who do Americans trust?
The public is more likely to trust polls that are bad for liberals.