Top 23 maps and charts that explain the results of the 2016 US Presidential Elections
We know the results on the 2016 US Presidential elections for a few days. Now that the emotions calmed down it’s time to analyse it. These 23 maps and charts will help you understand it.
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23. The results of the 2016 US presidential elections
22. And some more details on the results
21. County-level results by population density
source: Wall Street Journal
20. Trump vs. Clinton: a year at the polls
19. Where each candidate outperformed election forecasts
18. How have events shaped the Clinton-Trump race?
17. Counties where Trump increased Republican vote
16. How Trump pushed the election map to the right
source: New York Times
15. Political polarization in the US is worse than ever
14. All Presidential Election Results 1789-2012
13. How much of the US population voted for each candidate?
12. What Trump and Hillary Spent vs Every General Election Candidate Since 1960
11. The demography of the votes
10. Median age of residents per county
source: Business Insider
9. Unemployment rate per county between 1990-2013
source: Huffington Post
8. Income inequality per state
7. This how the US economy splits in half
6. Median income for millennials
5. How much is $100 really worth in each state? (what is the cost of living in each state)
3. The largest immigrant population in each state in 1910 and 2010
source: PEW research center
2. Gun ownership by state
source: Business Insider
1. Percentage of residents who said their state was the best to live in
source: USA Today
BlackBerry signs deal with Ford to work on connected cars of the future
60 million cars are currently using BlackBerry’s QNX operating system for infotainment and 3D navigation. A platform so dominant in the connected cars segment that the Time magazine equated it to Windows for PCs. And now BlackBerry is looking to the future.
Ford and BlackBerry have entered into a new agreement where BlackBerry will dedicate a team of engineers to work with Ford on expanding the use of BlackBerry software and technology including the QNX Neutrino operating system and Certicom security technology in developing the next generation of connected cars.
The Future of Connected Cars
BlackBerry has the opportunity to put itself at the centre of Ford’s plans for autonomous cars. The former may no longer be the leader in the cellphone market but it certainly has a golden opportunity to play a leading role in the future of the automotive sector, where security and safety are crucial.
“The future of the automobile is all about embedded intelligence. I believe our expertise in secure embedded software makes us the preferred technology provider to put the smart in the car” – John Chen, executive chairman and CEO at BlackBerry (MarketWired)