This chart shows the percentage hoping the United States elects a female president in their lifetime.
This chart shows answersd to the question "should the 2022 World Cup take place in winter and is it right/wrong for Qatar to host it?"
This chart breaks down global smartphone shipments by operating system.
This chart shows bicycle travel per inhabitant per year (km) and number of cyclists killed per billion km.
This chart shows London job positions eliminated due to technological advancement since 2001.
This chart shows people who have been thanked the most from the Oscar podium.
This chart illustrates the rise in the number of privately held companies valued at $1 billion or above.
This chart ranks the longest and briefest Academy Award acceptance speeches given by victorious actors and actresses in the past 25 years.
This chart shows the market share of the Top 5 smartphone vendors in China in Q4 2014.
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