A visualization of United States presidential elections since 1864.
The number of days each political party has held the presidency.
North Koreans must really love their democracy; they've consistently scored first in the world for voter turnout. Truly remarkable.
Despite their production cost being higher than their value and a lack of practical worth, the U.S. Mint continues to churn out billions of pennies every year.
A summary of voter turnout at American presidential elections.
A chart of the number of teams at each Summer Olympics.
For a long stretch of their history, Mississippi and Alabama have had near-identical growth rates. Things begin to split, however, around 1910.
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