A political chart that looks good on your computer screen, but can be more informative for a long conversation.
We’re here to help, so let’s get started.
Politico.com/politicsPoliticsChartThe first chart below was created for a Reddit thread about the Trump presidency.
It compares the presidential ratings on average for all of the major US political parties to the average for the whole of 2016.
The chart shows the average ratings for all candidates, and then breaks it down by party.
It also shows the difference between the ratings of each candidate, which are calculated by dividing the average rating of each party’s candidates by the average of the ratings for their entire field of candidates.
While it’s not quite the same as how CNN calculates the ratings, it’s still a useful metric for assessing the presidential performance of any party.
A second chart shows how each candidate has performed compared to the candidates in 2016.
It compares the average average ratings of the candidates to the ratings from 2016 for all the other major parties.
This chart also compares the ratings by party, and also breaks it up by party: This graph is based on the CNN averages, but it shows how candidates have performed on average in each race in each state and territory.
It’s worth noting that this graph does not account for the fact that there is a race for each party, or that some candidates have higher ratings than others.
Finally, the final chart shows ratings for the entire country, as well as the ratings in each party.
For this chart, I used the averages from each state’s election results and the ratings received by all of America’s political parties.
The bottom line is that it is hard to predict the outcome of an election based on what a candidate’s ratings are.
It’s a much more accurate metric for measuring how well the candidate is doing than average.
This is a chart from the CNN Average, which measures the ratings given by each candidate.
You can click on the map to expand the chart.