Election 2012: Shrinking Cities in Presidential Debates

Election 2012: Shrinking Cities in Presidential Debates

The driving concerns of American presidential politics ebb and flow, reflected in the language spoken at presidential debates. In this infograph, we map frequency with which certain terms have been mentioned at debates over the last 35 years. And watch “cities” and “urban” fade into the background of these quadrennial conversations. Will the 2012 debates be any different?



For exclusive info on hedge funds and the latest news from value investing world at only a few dollars a month check out ValueWalk Premium right here.

Multiple people interested? Check out our new corporate plan right here (We are currently offering a major discount)

About the Author

Sheeraz Raza
Sheeraz is our COO (Chief - Operations), his primary duty is curating and editing of ValueWalk. He is main reason behind the rapid growth of the business. Sheeraz previously ran a taxation firm. He is an expert in technology, he has over 5.5 years of design, development and roll-out experience for SEO and SEM. - Email: sraza(at)valuewalk.com

Be the first to comment on "Election 2012: Shrinking Cities in Presidential Debates"

Leave a comment

Your email address will not be published.