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This chart shows responses about whether the UK's economy will be better or worse off after Brexit.
This chart shows the number of coal mining employees in the United States.
This chart compares Samsung and Apple in terms of mobile device revenue.
This chart shows the share of remain and leave voters that would like other EU countries to also exit the union.
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This chart shows civilian casualties in Yemen from 26 March, 2015 to 24 March, 2017.
This chart shows the population residing in counties carried by respective presidential candidates (in millions)
This chart shows how much a $1,000 investment in selected U.S. companies' shares would be worth today.
This chart shows arrests & convictions for terrorism charges in the UK since 9/11, by age of suspect
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