Sunday, September 13, 2020

Presenting Split Opinions in a Color Chart


This color chart by Pew Research published 10 September 2020, reveals a useful way to depict split opinions of a study. Here are a few observations:

1. Color coding the groups makes it easy to detect the differences.

2. Limiting the chart to 4 items makes it easy to see what's going on. If there were more items, a separate chart and text would be better.

3. The anchor points along a line provide visual evidence of the divide.

4. The "All voters" column on the right shows how useless an average would be to understand what is going on in a society (in this case, the US).

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