Chart of the Day

Chart of the Day 4: European Union Membership versus Immigration, External Debt and Net International Investment Position

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Chart of the Day is a series where I post an original graph produced from data I found interesting (without comment)

Disclaimer: correlation does not entail causation. This is not rigorous social research analysis, it may contain errors.

Retaining European Membership versus Attitudes towards Immigration

European Union Membership and Immigration

Source: ISSP National Identity Survey III

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Chart of the Day 2: Comparison of United States Presidential Bid Speeches

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‘Chart of the Day’ is a series where I produce and post an original graph from data I found interesting without comment.

Disclaimer: The ‘analysis’ is conducted using qualitative analysis software NVivo by analysing the word frequency (themes) of each candidate’s presidential announcement speech. This is not rigorous qualitative analysis, it’s just a bit of fun. I still found the results interesting, but draw your own conclusions from the data.

Democrat: Bernie Sanders

Bernie Sanders

Data Source: Time Magazine, presidential bid announcement speech transcript

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Chart of the Day 1: Attitudes toward homosexuality in New Zealand

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‘Chart of the Day’ is a series where I produce and post an original graph from data I found interesting without comment.

Disclaimer: Correlation does not entail causation. Please note that some of the subcategories can have relatively few respondents that the result may no longer be considered statistically significant.

What is the level of support for same-sex relationships within different self-identified political affiliations in New Zealand?

same-sex relationship and political affiliation

Data Source: New Zealand ISSP 2008 – Religion III Survey, total number of respondents = 1027.

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