Politics infographics

People from all over the world follow politics, and for good reason! It’s a common topic that relates to all people in one way or another. Below is our large collection of politics infographics. Each infographic is beautifully designed and full of great information. You’ll find topics such as Donald Trump, how to become President of the United States, Barack Obama, America’s youth vote. But also other political topics, for example; US debt, can social media predict election outcomes, and how your voice can be heard.

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How Pigs Helped Trump Win the Trade War

How Pigs Helped Trump Win the Trade War

China and the United States have recently engaged in a bruising trade war. This infographic shows the history of that…
MUSLIM BAN 101

MUSLIM BAN 101

This infographic offers a few nuggets of information about the Muslim ban and expresses solidarity with Allriot’s #ThisMeansLove campaign. US…
US Presidential Election 2016

US Presidential Election 2016

Infographic with some interesting facts about US presidential election 2016 candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump as well as some…
How To become President Of The United States

How To become President Of The United States

Great colorful infographic created by Kids.gov explaining how to become President of the United States.  
What Happens to Obamacare if Trump Wins the Election?

What Happens to 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…
Global Disturbances: Locating Today’s Terrorist Groups

Global Disturbances: Locating Today’s Terrorist Groups

This interactive infographic gives users an opportunity to pin and locate terrorist groups that are based out of the Middle…
Infographic: How Will Obamacare Affect Senior Citizens?

Infographic: How Will Obamacare Affect Senior Citizens?

The impact of the Affordable Care Act has been a heated debate between Republicans and Democrats. This infographic takes a…
Obama and U.S. weigh options on Syria strike

Obama and U.S. weigh options on Syria strike

As Damascus braces itself for a possible outbreak of U.S War with Syria, here is a look at the US…
5 Things The Government Has Done Right

5 Things The Government Has Done Right

Often in the news we hear about the things that the government has done (or is doing) wrong. But this…
Which Presidents Are On U.S. Money?

Which Presidents Are On U.S. Money?

The NerdWallet team has put together this infographic ‘What presidents are on money’ for Presidents’ Day to share some fun…
A History of Presidential Inaugurations

A History of Presidential Inaugurations

As President Obama begins his second term in office. WyzAnt.com, a national in home tutoring service, has created a visual…
Obama wins re-election ‘The best is yet to come’

Obama wins re-election ‘The best is yet to come’

This infographic, brought to you by Total Bankruptcy, highlights how Taxes, Medicare, Disaster Relief, and Women’s Reproductive Rights could be affected…
How Social Media Inspires Voters – Facebooking for Office

How Social Media Inspires Voters – Facebooking for Office

The following infographic takes a look at why social media might have become crucial to mobilizing the youngest generation of…
Who Actually Votes in America? (Infographic)

Who Actually Votes in America? (Infographic)

Sure, we’re always telling you it’s important to get out and vote on Election Day. But who actually bothers to…
The Logistics of Voting – Do You Know How it Works?

The Logistics of Voting – Do You Know How it Works?

With the presidential election coming up, voices from across the United States are urging the American people to stand up…
Can Social Media Predict Election Outcomes?

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…
Who’s Paying for the President?

Who’s Paying for the President?

Perhaps neither Barack Obama nor Mitt Romney wants to speak out about our government’s crippling dependence on special interest cash…
America’s Youth Vote, How College Students Stack Up

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…
Presidential Digital Duel Obama takes the lead online

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…
Obama vs Romney – Social Media Showdown

Obama vs Romney – Social Media Showdown

The 2012 Presidential Campaign is heating up with the election just 3 months away. The campaigning is reaching new heights…
2012 Election – Let Your Voice Be Heard

2012 Election – Let Your Voice Be Heard

With the 2012 election just around the corner people are becoming more vocal about who they want to be the…
Freedom of Tweets – A Political Spin on Twitter

Freedom of Tweets – A Political Spin on Twitter

This July 4th marks 216 years since our Founding Fathers adopted the Declaration of Independence. The world as it will be on…
Politics, Social Media And The Digital Campaign Landscape

Politics, Social Media And The Digital Campaign Landscape

Did you know that the 2012 Presidential Election will be the most expensive in U.S. history? But it may be the…
Does Congress Look Like America?

Does Congress Look Like America?

In November, Americans will go to the polls to pick a new House of Representatives and decide the fate of…
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