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Visual Capitalist - Why the Lottery is a Regressive Tax on the Nation’s Poorest

Every year, Americans spend a mind-blowing $70.1 billion on the lottery. That works out to an average of $630 per household, representing more money spent on gambling than on books, sports tickets, recorded music sales, video games, and the movie box office – all combined! 96 more words

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Infographics! #4: If The World Were 100 People

Enjoy this fascinating infographic (and animated infographic) showing what the statistics of the world would be if there were only 100 people. When we talk about billions of people, our primate brains cannot really process the data in a meaningful emotional way. 24 more words

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Small Arms and Ammunition - Imports & Exports

Remember the old nuclear bomb projections? The Soviet Union nuked the US. The US nuked the Soviet Union. Of course, the Soviet Union saw the US nukes coming their way, so they, for some odd reason, just nuked the whole world. 354 more words

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Bootea

Project: Infographic planned, researched and created for UK fitness brand Bootea. Achieved high levels of sharing and engagement on social media channels.

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