Actual deportation numbers

Posted to Infographics  |  Tags: ,  |  Nathan Yau

There was a lot of talk about deporting millions of illegal immigrants immediately, but as The New York Times shows, the actual number that could be deported is much less. Haeyoun Park and Troy Griggs use a clustered, force-directed graph to show the pool of 11 million immigrants and then filter down as you scroll. The transitions are key.

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