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#Infographic ranking state government #corruption in past 35 years; TX only 10th via @good

 good:

Dishonest Abes: Which State Government are Most Corrupt?

Corruption has taken down thousands of elected officials over the past 35 years. Which states are home to the most convictions for government corruption?

Check out a visual exploration on GOOD.is

Statistical evidence that everybody is moving to Austin. Well, almost. #numbersdontlie

Mike Wallace on Mike Wallace in 20 minutes. NYT’s Last Word. Nicely done!

What Americans buy with their money. Good #data, nice #visualization, @lamthuyvo. @planetmoney

(via npr)

Charting US News Organizations and their Facebook Fans, Twitter Followers via washingtonpoststyle:

futurejournalismproject:

News Orgs: their Fans and Followers, March 2012

The Onion, holding its own.

UPDATE: Just to clarify, this is US-based. H/T: Ben Piven.

The Washington Post has 360,000 Facebook fans and 924,000 Twitter followers so, um, where’s our piece of pie?

New stats show an ever-more-startling divergence between US wealthy and everybody else. via @nytimes http://nyti.ms/GRhrZ7

drewvigal:

At least six listed from this “10 Ways…” were conceived by the multimedia desk and produced in collaboration mostly with Interactive News. Though I do wonder what happened to 4 and 5. 

We also produced “Which of Steve Jobs’s Products Mattered Most?” when Jobs passed last year which also solicited user engagement. And I would also add a number of these other interactives that encouraged user engagement:

We do appreciate the shout out. And looking forward to pushing reader engagement in the future. Feedback, as always, is welcome.

By 2 to 1 margin, cable news networks call on men to comment on birth control. @futurejournalismproject @thinkprogress
futurejournalismproject:

By A Nearly 2 To 1 Margin, Cable Networks Call On Men Over Women To Comment On Birth Control — ThinkProgress.

By 2 to 1 margin, cable news networks call on men to comment on birth control. @futurejournalismproject @thinkprogress

futurejournalismproject:

By A Nearly 2 To 1 Margin, Cable Networks Call On Men Over Women To Comment On Birth Control — ThinkProgress.

Thank you, @latimes, for your interactive gay marriage time line!

(via latimes)

The United States has fallen 27 places in the Press Freedom Index. Shocking! via @washingtonpoststyle

washingtonpoststyle:

The United States has fallen 27 places in the Press Freedom Index. The reason? The many arrests of journalists covering Occupy protests.

(via theatlantic)

Come on, @JohnKingCNN! Get ready to defend your own questions next time. #TheDailyShow