The best #dataviz coverage of the US election

The US election is only three weeks away. With the final debate tonight there are more and more stories emerging and the data journalists are more on it than ever.

The Washington Post, FiveThirtyEight, WSJ and Upshot (from the New York Times) have some great examples. Here are some of my favourites.

  1. More than 160 Republican Leaders Don’t Support Donald Trump

Really clear visual example of who’s turned on Trump.

2. Who will be President?

Updated daily. Broken down by state and data — a really great example of data and visulation.

3. What would it take to turn Red States Blue?

Nate Silver strikes again. Breaking down the the demographic by race, gender and other factors — which makes strking images like above.

4. Who will win the Presidency?

Another from FiveThirtyEight — with a really nice intereactive breakdown by states.

5. 1024 ways to victory

A great interactive to play with all the ways to Victory.

6. When was America Great? It depends on who you are

Awesome interactive history of how the economic power of white men compare to women and minorites over time.

7. US election 2016 polls and odds tracker: Latest forecast and maps for Hillary Clinton vs Donald Trump

It’s not all about the giants in the US. A really good summary of all the polls and data here written for a UK audience from the Telegraph.