Political Infographics



GrabPoints Presidential Survey

GrabPoints.com recently asked their members various questions about presidential candidates in the upcoming 2016 election. Many conclusions can be extrapolated from the results, and the following infographic includes all the highlights.

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How Much Does It Cost To Buy The Presidency?

You’re not going to believe how much money is being spent on elections. Politicians dump tons of money into their campaigns, sometimes with varying results. Learn more about campaign spending from this infographic

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Political Power Towns

We’re over a year away from the 2016 U.S. Presidential Election, and election season is in full swing. Some towns in America are bigger political players than others. Learn more about America’s political power towns in this infographic.

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Retirement, the Election and You

In one of the most uncertain General Elections in decades, with the a complete change to the entire landscape of British politics and culture, many people are still undecided on who to vote for. My Retirement Options wants to help you decide which political party should get your vote: based on the policies that could most impact your retirement.

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How Do Betting Markets Predict the General Election?

When it comes to the General Election it is difficult to predict anything. But for bookmakers that is no problem at all. Check out this insightful infographic from Howtobet4free.com to find out who betting markets predict will win most seats.

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Drug Superhighways

The drug trade supports terrorism, though most people don’t make this connection. Learn more about it from this infographic put together by the folks at Clarity Way.

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Chicago Sites Compete to Book Obama Library

In January 2014, formation of the Barack H. Obama Foundation was announced which will oversee planning for Obama;s presidential library. Which Chicago site might host the Obama library? Check out the following infographic to take a look at the top possible sites for the President’s library.

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Understanding Healthcare.gov’s Rocky Rollout

Galorath watched the healthcare.gov rollout difficulties, the outcries and finger pointing and decided to take a more analytical look. While it is easy to throw stones at stakeholders, this was a huge IT project and there were bound to be challenges. Could it have gone better? Sure. Were there adequate resources?

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The Deficit: A Tale of Two Houses

Although there have been excessive funding cutbacks in the United States, there somehow continues to be a growing national debt. The following infographic from AccountingSchoolGuide.com looks at this issue in more detail.

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Abolishing the DHS

Since 9/11 there have been major efforts to advance domestic US protection that have been very costly to the American people. This infographic looks at this issue and includes a plea to abolish the costly DHS.

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How Important Is Each Federal Agency?

The recent 2013 US government shutdown sheds light on what agencies we really find important. In this infographic you can see which agencies were working, partially working or were furloughed during the shutdown.

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Expand Social Security

Retirement and social security can bring confusion to anyone. Add in the new social security budget proposed by President Obama, and it can send you running for cover. Democracy for America has created an infographic detailing how this new budget affects seniors, and how lawmakers and citizens are uniting to change it.

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