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When The AfD Wins - And Loses
The far-right AfD could win in the upcoming elections in eastern Germany for the first time. We analyzed polls and discovered a pattern connecting infightings with voter approval. Along the...
God Bless America
Attitudes towards religions are commonly reported on, but rarely in a way that allows relative comparisons. As such, we conducted research among the US adult (18+) population (N=1150), asking them...
Build A British Voter Interactive Ternary Plot
In early 2019, The Economist built a demographic model using 90,000 individual survey responses from YouGov to calculate an individual’s probable attitude to each of three possible Brexit options:...
What Assets Make Up Wealth?
This chart breaks down the composition of assets for each tier of wealth. See what assets make up a regular person's net worth, versus that of a billionaire.
How Childhood Gun Victims Die
Prices and Earnings
Prices and Earnings is an interactive report visualizing and analyzing data about the purchasing power of different professions for standardized baskets of goods. The data covers 77 cities around...
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 Invisible Majority
Group information assignment, featuring data from the group survey of 1200 real data points. The main vision in the form of visual chart directly reflects the relationship between visible and...
The Stories Behind a Line
"The Stories Behind a Line" is a visual narrative of six asylum seekers' routes from their hometown to Italy. The website wants to tell their stories through the data that shaped their personal...
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...
A new world atlas for a planet in crisis
Coming almost 450 years after the world's first Atlas, this Atlas for the End of the World audits the status of land use and urbanization in the most critically endangered bioregions on Earth. It...
108,470,690,115 People Ever and Counting…
Our submission visualizes a recent estimate by the Population Reference Bureau of the staggering number of people who have ever been born. Even though ‘modern’ humans have been around for at least...
Global Arms Trade & Flow
In 2016, around 31 075 Million US$ (SIPRI Trend Indicator Value at constant 1990 prices) worth of arms were traded all around the world. In 2015, this figure was 28 448 Million US$. In 2016, this...
Viz for Social Good
Viz for Social Good is a social data project run by Chloe Tseng. The mission is to empower mission-driven organizations and increase awareness of social issues through beautiful and informative...
Electoral Interference: USA Vs USSR/Russia
Both the U.S. and Russia have a long history of interfering in foreign elections. This map displays known instances of U.S. and Soviet/Russian electoral interference from 1946 through 2000. The...
Social Credit System: Breathing Scores?
The Social Credit System is a national reputation system in development by the Chinese Government, which will give to each Chinese citizen a score based on their identity online and their behaviour...
Why President Maduro's Minimum Wage Rises Cause Hyperinflation In Venezuela
If Venezuela hadn’t introduced a new Bolivar note and removed five zeros from the currency a stack of notes to pay the minimum wage would have stood almost 20 metres high. We use visual comparisons...
Parliamentary forces in the history of the Italian republic.
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...
Under The Iceberg
According to the 2013-2018 public announcement and other media reports of the Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment Processing Information System of the Ministry of Ecology and Environment of...
The State of the Nations
A tilegram map of the world showing which countries are the biggest spenders on public health, compared to Gross National Income. Each country is also measured on health indicators.
Internet of Elephants
Internet of Elephants is a social enterprise based in Kenya and the United States, consisting of technologists, conservationists, educators, game designers and strategists, who are working together...