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US Presidential Election 2016

Presidential Election 2016

Infographic with some interesting facts about US presidential election 2016 candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump as well as some interesting facts from UK presidential elections history. via betnodeposit.com    

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What Happens to Obamacare if Trump Wins the Election?

Obamacare if Trump Wins the Election

The Affordable Care Act (ACA) or more commonly known as the Obamacare was welcomed with mixed opinions. But as President Obama ends his term in a few weeks, people are wondering what would happen to a project that could be one of his legacies. For presidential hopeful Donald Trump, it would be best to repeal and replace it. His plan …

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Presidential Elections: How do they Affect Stock Market Performance?

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Ever since the stock market became a prominent part of the financial world, investors have wondered how presidential elections impact stock market performance. The answer is – it depends. Specifically, it depends on a number of factors, ranging from the political party of the incumbent to whether the current president is in his first or second term. The state of …

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2016: An Election of Surprises

2016: An Election of Surprises

Regardless of who you are voting for this 2016 presidential election, you can’t deny that the race thus far is neck-to-neck. Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump have a matter of several points between them in the polls. These two candidates can’t be any more different; they don’t see eye-to-eye on anything, whether it be about foreign policy, domestic policy, the …

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NHS and the European Union: The Facts

NHS and the European Union

This infographic outlines the key facts about the relationship between the NHS and the European Union. The UK’s referendum on EU membership takes place on the 23rd June, and is one of the most highly-charged political issues in the United Kingdom. An important consideration is the future of the National Health Service. Although “Leave” campaigners believe that the NHS will …

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The Incarcerated States of America

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Approximately 0.7% of the US population is behind bars. This makes the United States the most incarcerated of all the developed countries. This visual shows the incarceration rates of each of the States in the US, along with other compelling stats. via andrewflusche.com

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Retirement, the Election and You

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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 want to help you decide which political party should get your vote: based on the policies that could most impact your retirement. Whether …

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Infographic: How Will Obamacare Affect Senior Citizens?

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The impact of the Affordable Care Act has been a heated debate between Republicans and Democrats. This infographic takes a look at the contrasting views each side has on the affect of Obamacare on Senior Citizens covering 5 key topics. Brought to you by assistedlivingfacilities.org

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Infographic: Does the NSA Think You are a Terrorist?

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Ever wonder, what is the NSA’s likelihood of having found a terrorist with a positive test result? Well, in the must-see infographic presented by TopComputerScienceDegrees.com, the answer to your question awaits. Brought to you by topcomputersciencedegrees.com

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Infographic: Protecting the POTUS

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There have been eleven assassination attempts on U.S. Presidents, four of them were successful. The Secret Service started the job of protecting the President after the assassination of President McKinley in 1901. Learn more about the need for protection of the POTUS and the Secret Service in this infographic. Brought to you by securitydegreehub.com

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Infographic: A History of Presidential Inaugurations

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The history of United States Presidential Inaugurations dates back to 1789 when President George Washington was sworn into office in New York City. As President Obama begins his second term in office, WyzAnt.com, a national in home tutoring service, has created a visual representation of Presidential Inaugurations over the past 80 years spanning the presidencies of Franklin D. Roosevelt to …

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Infographic: The Business of Running for President

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Much like running a corporation, running for president is an expensive and time-consuming undertaking. Just like a corporation, a campaign involves employees, money management, public relations, advertising and the selling of a product or service. Which in this case is the person running for office. In this graphic, we take a look at just what all it takes to run …

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Infographic: Real-Time Sharing of Obama and Romney Ads Up to Election Day

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The 2012 U.S. Presidential Election is in full swing, and the race for the White House is being waged in social media with all the vigor and creativity (and media budget) once reserved for television ads. Unruly’s Election Tracker is the definitive and exclusivemeasurement tool for tracking video sharing activity during the 2012 US Presidential race. The infographic tracks the number of shares each candidate’s …

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Infographic: The Spooky Truth of Obama vs. Romney Online

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This is a record setting election year with the US Presidential candidates each spending over one billion dollars and the Internet is a major battleground. A large sum of investment in advertising, especially digitally, demonstrates a shift in the war for consumers’ votes. Brought to you by rosetta.com. Brought to you by rosetta.com

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Infographic: Obama vs. Romney Real-Estate and Mortgage Refinance

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This infographic compares the 2012 Presidential candidates where they stand on the Financial Industry and who is more likely to turn the Real-Estate around for the benefit of the homeowners and taxpayers. Facts show that Obama has made a lot more effort to jump start Mortgage and increase Real-Estate sales whereas Romney relies on faith that the market will re-adjust …

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Infographic: Who Actually Votes in America?

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Sure, we’re always telling you it’s important to get out and vote on Election Day. But who actually bothers to show up? We break down the voter turnout data from the last Presidential election in 2008 and look at who actually votes in America—and who doesn’t. The results may surprise you. Brought to you by Take Part. Brought to you …

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