Source: Economist Archive:

An interactive from the Economist.

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Often these charts only deal with government or household debt – this one covers it all. Click on any country to bring up a time series chart – use the tabs at the top to view time series of debt types.

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A new Europe, using completely arbitrary and amusing reasoning:

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The Economist magazine always has interesting designs on the cover. If you’re looking for inspiration for economic imagery, you can view them online going back to 2000, including by the different editions (US/EU/etc):

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Overtakes Germany.

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Lots of people appear to be concerned with the potential “swing” in the upcoming UK elections.

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BBC’s interactive “Swingometer”:
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Opinion polls (with nice interactive features):
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I don’t know who copied who, but the Guardian also has it’s own “swingometer” (move the dot on the little pie chart on the right to adjust swing amount) and interactive poll-chart.
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Interesting. But 2005 data?

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