In a long and strange year, we have produced 40 of the strangest (and best) charts
During 2020, FiveThirtyEight’s visual reporters reported on historic elections, unprecedented sports years, raging epidemics and free-falling economies. So, to end this long, strange and difficult year, we will continue to celebrate the tradition of the best (and strangest) charts published in the past 12 months. The charts are grouped by topic, but are not listed in any particular order. Click on any of them to read the story of its original operation. enjoy!
2020 general election
COVID-19 and its economic impact
Do you like this long list of weird charts? Then boy, do we have content in your file?Check out our list from 2019 year, 2018, 2016, 2015 with Year 2014.
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