visualized by: nowsourcing.com
Does the US government offer substantial financial aid and support to the “weak” or just throw crumbs to whitewash its image and manipulate nations ? See a breakdown of the US foreign aid as of 2012 and how it stacks up against the total U.S. budget.
visualized by: KingWorks Creative
Exhaustive data about homelessness : states accounting for nearly half the homeless population, states having the highest rates of unsheltered homeless and more!
visualized by: Healthcare Administration Degree
More than one month after Healthcare.gov was launched, trouble has plagued the website. The high volume of visitors exposed many of the website’s capacity and software weaknesses. The following infographic quantifies the shortcomings and glitches that caused the thumb down of the public.
visualized by: Ghergich&Co
This infographic gets down to the boiling situation with the social security act of Obamacare scheme and presents how the various methods for social benefit and retirement calculation affect the annual income of beneficiaries.
visualized by: Top Criminal Justice Degrees
The infographic examines the “Stand your Own Ground” since its infancy and pinpoints that several states with brutal legacies have modified their self-defense laws in ways that many Americans wonder if these laws are as race-neutral as they claim to be.
visualized by: Top RN to BSN
Almost 6 out of 10 Americans either are unaware or have an obscure idea of the obamacare act specifics. This report gets down to the aftermath both for businesses and individuals.
visualized by: master-of-accounting.net
Americans show little to no confidence to the current tax system and public opinion, now more than ever, put weight behind tax reform. But how does the government respond to these signals?
visualized by: Who Called My Phone
Chances are that you have heard or read about the story of Edward Snowden and the hullabaloo that his rattling statements fired. Here you will learn all the story about American wiretapping as part of the never ending and ambiguous dilemma of privacy vs security.
visualized by: TopAccountingDegrees.org
People from Top Accounting Degrees get down to the controversial issue of political manipulation of IRS as a means for underhand fund raising with the easement of tax exemption screened under the 501 (c) (4) regulation.
visualized by: Jon Mifsud
An overview of the Maltese General Elections results, broken down district by district. You can see more details on the interactive version by clicking the publisher link on the left.
visualized by: Nerd Wallet
First Lady of the US, New York Senator and then US Secretary of State. What’s next? One of the most popular and most travelled female political figures is heading for the US Presidency 2016. Let’s have a look at her background and accomplishments.
visualized by: Think Progress
When banks buy off the House Tea Party big toughts start hazing. See the players and numbers of this congress game.
visualized by: Doctor Who?
The hard riding Chinese economy invokes constant change in the relationship betweeen China and America and consequently in the global opinion for each of these countries. It’s not about hatred or love but something in between. See how Americans and Chineses see each other.
visualized by: Jackie Kucinich and Paul Singer
Jackie and Paul from wltx.com are commenting on the US Elections 2012 candidates’ performance and denoting the reasons that brought Romney to the back seat.
visualized by: Good & Column Five
The US Presidential election system has received criticism for being antiquated. See how Americans feel about the current election method and how it actually works.
visualized by: John Nelson
It’s the middlemen that you vote for, not the President and further your vote’s value is dependent on your residence. See the uneven map of the US electoral college.