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Infographic: A History of Presidential Inaugurations


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


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


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


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


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?


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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Infographic: The Logistics of Voting


With the presidential election coming up, voices from across the United States are urging the American people to stand up and vote. But have you ever considered how the voting process works? This infographic from Click Software delves into the logistics of voting. Check it out! Brought to you by Click Software. Brought to you by Click Software

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Infographic: Can Social Media Predict Election Outcomes?


As citizens have embraced social media en masse, so too have political candidates, news outlets and local governments. In Washington State and Nevada, residents can even register to vote on Facebook. Social media has left its humble beginnings behind and taken center stage in one of the most important processes in American government and culture. In a more general sense, …

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Infographic: Obama & Romney Who Knew? We’re Related!


In time for the 2012 election countdown, we recently did some genealogy research to learn more about the background of both President Barack Obama and Governor Mitt Romney, and guess what—they’re related! What’s more: they’re also related to several former U.S. presidents, English kings, outlaws and celebrities. This is really huge! So huge in fact that our team at GenealogyBank decided to …

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Infographic: The Dollars and Senselessness of Political Campaigning


When people say that politics has its price, one has to wonder if that means the outrageous costs associated with political campaigns. After all, the U.S. will spend $5.8 billion dollars on campaigning in 2012. Imagine all of the worthwhile ways that money could be better spent, from helping small businesses grow and better educating our kids, to ensuring medical …

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Infographic: Obama vs Romney on Cybersecurity – You Decide


Cybersecurity is a major issue in all aspects of life today; individuals, companies, and even governments all have to worry about being attacked and having sensitive information stolen. As the 2012 US Presidential election approaches you should have as much information about the two candidates and party opinions as possible. In this infographic we detail the candidates’ opinions and actions, …

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Infographic: Who’s Paying for the President?


Perhaps neither Barack Obama nor Mitt Romney want to speak out about our government’scrippling dependence on special interest cash because both of their campaigns hinge on it.  Contrary to what some might suspect, Obama’s campaign has raised more money than Romney’s campaign. However, Romney’s super PAC has collected nearly four times as much money as Obama, whose primary source of election money …

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Infographic: America’s Youth Vote, How College Students Stack Up


College students – are you ready for the November election? Recent studies show you may not be as interested in the 2012 campaigns as years past. In 2008, 29 percent of college students paid close attention to the presidential race. That number is down to 19 percent. Still, there are issues college students are paying attention to like jobs, economic …

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Infographic: The Cost to Educate a President


As Election Day looms, voters across the country are deciding which of the two candidates will get their vote. The political views of Mitt Romney and Barack Obama have been evaluated and dissected by hundreds of websites and countless political pundits. We’ve seen the two candidates debate on TV and approve countless commercial messages. We’ve heard their talking points and …

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Infographic: Presidential Debate, Big Bird Break Twitter Records


The first presidential debate between President Obama and Mitt Romney last night broke Twitter records – thanks in part to a big yellow bird. Users set a new Twitter record for U.S. politics as more than 10 million tweets hit the micro-blogging service with real-time comments on pundits, platforms, and fellow voters. The most popular topics of the night, according to Twitter: …

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Infographic: Politics and Same-Sex Marriage in 2012


With a major election approaching in November 2012, same-sex marriage is front and center in the national political spotlight. Learn more about the opposing perspectives on same-sex marriage, from political leaders to the average American voter. Brought to you by marriageandfamilycounselingdegrees.com. Brought to you by marriageandfamilycounselingdegrees.com

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Infographic: Presidential Digital Duel Obama takes the lead online


Both President Obama and GOP challenger Mitt Romney have poured plenty of money into Internet campaigns to lure voters and raise cash, but Obama’s may have the edge in the online digital duel. According to exclusive data from Kantar Media Compete, Obama’s online campaign site attracted more unique visitors in August than Romney’s. Brought to you by Kantar Media Compete …

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Infographic: Mitt Romney’s 47 percent equals about 147,772,945 Americans


“There are 47 percent of the people… who are dependent upon government, who believe that they are victims… who believe that they are entitled to health care, to food, to housing… So my job is not to worry about those people; I’ll never convince them they should take personal responsibility and care for their lives.” 47% equals about 147,772,945 Americans. …

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Infographic: Obama’s Celebrity Fundraiser Index


President Obama went back to the celebrity well last night with a $40,000-a-head fundraiser hosted by Jay-Z and Beyoncé at the rapper’s 40/40 club in Manhattan. And there are more glitzy galas to come as Vogue editor Anna Wintour hosts international events on the president’s behalf in London tonight and Paris on Oct. 3. The Daily calculated that of the …

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Infographic: 4 years of Obama’s ‘Hope and Change” – Are You Better Off?


Here at Fusion 360, we understand that the U.S. Presidency has a huge influence in our national economy. It influences us, the advertisers we work with, and the consumers we are constantly trying to connect with. Like most industries, advertising takes a huge hit when the economy suffers because companies have less profit to invest in marketing their products. We …

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Infographic: How to tell if someone is a Republican or Democrat


Obama voters are camping meditators who like Samsung and Visa, and like Paranormal Activity as well as The Colbert Report. Romney voters are quilting gun owners who shop at Walmart, eat at McDonalds, and watch — believe it or not — Atlas Shrugged, the movie. (Actually, that’s got to be better than reading the book — I’ve read all thousand-plus pages, …

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