The New Hampshire results trackers are out in full force tonight. Ordered by my inclination to leave open in the background: Chicago Tribune, The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Guardian, MSNBC, and CNN. Take your pick.
You might also include Google’s Trackers:
Also the LA Times:
This might be really helpful if they were not all liberal-leaning media outlets.
Speaking of which, I forgot Fox News:
Do you really think that the supposed liberal-leanings of these outlets are going make them under report Rick Perry’s results in New Hampshire?
Politico did a pretty good job on theirs, you should include it.
Surprised you let The Guardian into your list. Attempting to use circles to represent proportional differences in vote percentages, they appear to be scaling the diameter to the vote proportion, not the area. That should disqualify them from any (positive) mention on an infographics blog.
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Oooh. That Trib one is purty.
Now if only I could understand it.
Huffington Post has one too
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