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RT @NYTGraphics: How Trump pushed the election map to the right:

RT @NYTGraphics: How Trump pushed the election map to the right:

Map of UKIP Support in 2015 UK General Election.[[MORE]]UKIP polled a miserable 1.6% in Scotland in comparison to 13% across the UK. London is another region where they did very badly.The white regions are constituencies where UKIP did not stand any candidates.

Map of UKIP Support in 2015 UK General Election.[[MORE]]UKIP polled a miserable 1.6% in Scotland in comparison to 13% across the UK. London is another region where they did very badly.The white regions are constituencies where UKIP did not stand any candidates.

NJ IS SO GREAT WE COVER THIS AND ONE OF THE TWO STATES THAT BAN CONVERSION THERAPY

NJ IS SO GREAT WE COVER THIS AND ONE OF THE TWO STATES THAT BAN CONVERSION THERAPY

Présidentielles 2017: Detailed maps show sharp differences between the bases of support for Marine Le Pen and Emmanuel Macron.

How the Election Split France

Présidentielles 2017: Detailed maps show sharp differences between the bases of support for Marine Le Pen and Emmanuel Macron.

RT @RVAwonk: Stunning. The 2016 election was decided by 107,000 votes across three states — less than 0.1% of all votes cast.

How Trump won the presidency with razor-thin margins in swing states

RT @RVAwonk: Stunning. The 2016 election was decided by 107,000 votes across three states — less than 0.1% of all votes cast.

How every US state voted in Presidential elections, from independence to 2012.

How every US state voted in Presidential elections, from independence to 2012.

Net favourability of "socialism" and "capitalism" among adults in the UK and the US, by age bracket.

One chart that shows Jeremy Corbyn has more chance of election than Bernie Sanders

Net favourability of "socialism" and "capitalism" among adults in the UK and the US, by age bracket.

Another way people can participate in social change is to educate themselves about the issues/people and vote accordingly. So many people either don't vote or automatically vote for their parties candidate. People on the right and left are in conflict over resources and have become so polarized we can't even fix the important things like the rampant poverty in our own country!

Another way people can participate in social change is to educate themselves about the issues/people and vote accordingly. So many people either don't vote or automatically vote for their parties candidate. People on the right and left are in conflict over resources and have become so polarized we can't even fix the important things like the rampant poverty in our own country!

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