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The Data Scroll......Feeding The Brain Fuels Visceral Growth


The Data Scroll......... 

Fuels Visceral Growth

Today's Date: May 16, 2017

We devote this page to the numerous sets of data (charts) that trickle across my parts of the World Wide Web.

I will on occasion add commentary but commentary is not my major focus.  Data often tells a powerful story, if one takes a moment and actually reviews the data and thinks even briefly about what the data illustrates.

Donald J. Trump won the Electoral College with 304 votes compared to 227 votes for Hillary Clinton. Seven electors voted for someone other than their party’s candidate.
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Hillary Clinton
       306
Donald J. Trump
270 to win
           2.86 million vote advantage to Clinton
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Can you believe that, with all of the problems and difficulties facing the U.S., President Obama spent the day playing golf. Worse than Carter


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Deport em all!

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When 45 goes to a Boeing plant an lauds Boeing as a sterling example of American Jobs...His skirts shows as being totally uninformed. Actually, Boeing reps and execs knew better, but dare not correct the NYC Carnival barker ion mid-stream.

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The Truth be told!

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As Republicans seek to repeal ObamaCare.

NBC News (Jan. 17, 2017)



As president Obama prepares to leave the Oval Office, we offer a last look at his jobs record.

Reminders of how Obama leaves the jobs area to his predecessor.






Now watch tax cuts, repealing the ACA and various other Republican policies markedly change these 75 months of job growth.
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A New York Times writer has published a piece about underlying reasons white American (who voted) flocked to Trump. But exit poll data shows the US economy was not a major driver in the 2016 General elections. Immigration and ISIS carried far more voting weight. I also believe Trump's white nationalism certainly contributed.


November 2016 Jobs Report and other Obama Facts






And much more via Midy Fisher-Writer Linked, here.


August 2016

July Jobs Report

ThePardu July Jobs


White House dot gov (here)

Private-Sector Payroll Employment

Employment Growth by Industry

Alternative Measures of Labor Force Underutilization

October 2015 Jobs Report (linked save bandwidth)








OK, so I promised little commentary, but I did not promise to avoid quips!

Immigration anyone?
GRAPH: The % of immigrant households using one or more welfare programs by sending region - http://bit.ly/1KHk9DG -

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A Look back st the past with a reflection in current unemployment


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YOUR GOP At Work.  And, despite all these people will VOTE GOP with every election!
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Did someone say executive abuse of power?


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Your GOP at Work
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ObamaCare does not work?  Of course,it does not work for the Kochs.

If you have any concern about US Veterans..take a look at this.

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No words necessary..... well, a few words are in order.  And, the GOP refused Medicaid Expansion and fights against the ACA like a modern day Civil War battle!



The Vote....http://t.co/fY0ijkVgrY
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A Ronald Reagan reminder and an expose on US conservatism. It took his buddy Rock Hudson contracting AIDs to garner is pre-dementia attention.

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Speaking of Reagan.....Trickle-down anyone????
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What’s The Best Town For Liberals In Your State?

A new data program by political consultant Clarity Campaigns could help you better select particular areas in towns and cities the next time you move, though, or simply for vacation for business travel – even for your next political campaign. Says Clarity:

No matter where you live, it’s a diverse world out there, and you’ll find people who feel the same way you do in every state.  
Clarity’s “What town matches my politics?” site lets you find those folks before you wander. It identifies the most liberal and most conservative places in all 50 states, using personalization tools that can help you select locations with populations that are more likely to align with your stances and beliefs.
 Clarity’s map shows the most liberal towns (blue) and most conservative ones (red) in each state.

KOCH'd



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US national debt-to-GDP ratio. Who did it?

OK, so actually how much of the debt is Republican?  Conservatives may want to close their eye, the answer is not pretty.

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Thanks to Ronald Reagan for the insemination and George W. Bush for the eventual birth of this set of data. And, I actually read how this nation might turn the US Senate back to the GOP. We have given them the SCOTUS, the House and now the Senate? Yee asks for Hell; Hell cometh (again).
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ObamaCare: Facts are facts!

Chares Gaba's 'THE GRAPHS'
THE EXCHANGE QHP GRAPH:

THE MEDICAID/CHIP GRAPH:






Happy 50th card.

March 7, 2014
51st vote March 13, 2014 @ 1.6 million per House vote =  $81.6 million for you tea party House on frivolous votes.
Pure insanity.
Unless they are garnering lucrative favor from the Kochs for these votes and waste of our tax dollars.
"Doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results."
Albert Einstein.  


Medicaid Expansion (A gift from the SCOTUS)

Obama Spending?
http://www.marketwatch.com/story/obama-spending-binge-never-happened-2012-05-22

Source: Congressional Budget Office, Treasury Department



This is due to policy and government acquiescence.
Gallup gop favorability



Employment and Jobs October 2014



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Employment and Jobs
May 2014 (US total number of nonfarm jobs  climbs back to pre-recession levels)


Maddow Blog (Steve Benen)
The new report from Bureau of Labor Statistics shows the U.S. economy added 217,000 jobs in May, which is almost exactly what economists expected. The overall unemployment rate, meanwhile, remained at 6.3% – still at its lowest point since September 2008, nearly six years ago.


Monthly job losses/gains in just the private sector since the start of the Great (Bush and GOP Trickle-down) Recession.

Justin Wolfers on two critical points regarding the May 2014 jobs report.





April 2014



This is literally insane!




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While the following does not include Benghazi, the image certainly reflects on the GOP as political operatives vs serious concerned politicians.

Why do people automatically assume the words "Food Stamps" reflects on minorities?   And we certainly know that some in the GOP use the words as a "dog whistle."


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How about some major hypocrisy and phoniness form the Right
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A sickening an unacceptable statistic!
Now scroll down six charts!


Let's have a recession!

Out of Context but relevant since the GOP and Fox News wants to hang-on to Benghazi!



Despite overwhelming obstruction!


On a day when the DIJA broke 15,000 (temporarily) and closed at a record level, plus the S & P 500 closed at a record level, how about some Obama Stimulus!
graph maddow blog unemployment 2007-2013 lowest in 5 years

Did Some Say Food Stamps?

Stock Investors. Can You Hear Me now?




Spending Anyone?

The Maddow Blog


Let's talk Debt and Deficit




Employment



February 2013 Unemployment  (Calculatedriskblog Dot Com)



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A great reality correct?   Well, yes, no and maybe ........


Record MARKET Levels (highest since 1896)

On March 5, 2013 The Dow Jones Industrial Average reached and all time high ....



From 1.20.2009 - 3.5.2013  (Barack Obama Inauguration Day forward)



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^DJI data by YCharts


Gone Viral!!!!


And, think of all the middle income voters who do not realize how they are feeding the "HUNGER GAME"




An inforgrahic that tells it all.  How do you expect the GOP to do things differently when they are so averse to doing things differently?

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US Discrimination continues and flourishes

15 Charts That Prove We're Far From Post-Racial


Posted: Updated: 


On July 2, 1964, the Civil Rights Act was signed into law, officially banning discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, or national origin. It also ended racial segregation in schools, at the workplace and in general public facilities. 
Fifty years removed from that milestone, it's apparently easy to think that we're over racism.
     Here are 15 facts that prove that's not the case.

Excerted Charts (Four of fifteen)


2) There's a big disparity in wealth between white Americans and non-white Americans.
White Americans held more than 88 percent of the country's wealth in 2010, according to a Demos analysis of Federal Reserve data, though they made up 64 percent of the population. Black Americans held 2.7 percent of the country's wealth, though they made up 13 percent of the population.
Much has been written explaining that the racial wealth gap didn't come about by accident. Among other factorsFHA redliningrestrictive covenants, andexploitative contract selling practices that capitalized on black families' inability to get conventional mortgages all prevented African-Americans from generating wealth through home ownership for much of the 20th century.

5) In the years before the financial crisis, people of color were much more likely to be targeted for subprime loans than their white counterparts, even when they had similar credit scores.
The Center For Responsible Lending came to that conclusion after analyzing government-provided mortgage data for the year 2004, supplemented with information from a propriety subprime loan database.
"For many types of loans, borrowers of color in our database were more than 30 percent more likely to receive a higher-rate loan than white borrowers, even after accounting for differences in risk," the authors of the report wrote.
This wasn't a new phenomenon. HUD data from 1998 also showed that predominantly black neighborhoods at every income level had a much greater share of subprime refinance mortgages than predominantly white neighborhoods.

11) White Americans use drugs more than black Americans, but black people are arrested for drug possession more than three times as often as whites.
This contributes to the fact that 1 in 3 black males born today can expect to go to prison in their lifetimes, based on current incarceration trends.
15) Employers are more likely to turn away job seekers if they have African-American-sounding names.
Applicants with white-sounding names get one callback per 10 resumes sent while those with African-American-sounding names get one callback per 15 resumes, according to a 2003 National Bureau of Economic Research report. "Based on our estimates," the researchers wrote, "a White name yields as many more callbacks as an additional eight years of experience."
"Facts are Pesky Things." Ronald Reagan.
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Romney anyone?

The Stimulus did not work, really?


Oh Well!!!!! And who has whittled away at public sector jobs since the 2010 Election.  Win at any cost!


Well,  what is up with the Red!!!!!


 As the old cowboys use dot say, "take a gander at dem numbers. Now, think bout who was in office during the years depicted."  Then think we actually have Republicans slaying the Democrats have ruined the nation! And, they want us to allow them back into the Oval Office!

Yes, Hate Crimes has worked its ugly head onto the Data Scroll. Now, what groups are not represented as victims in the chart below?  I find it very telling that every group depicted below are frequent targets of Right-Wing demagogues (Including Pastors), and yes of course, media personalities. The Chart is missing one group: Women.

Hate Crimes graphic 


The GOP history on the Auto Industry is as telling as their proclamations of being the party of the fiscal conservative. Come one and come all they said to let the auto industry "GO", no loans.  The outcome was quite different and the auto industry has again claimed its right place as leading the world auto producers.



And the Band Marches on!  I actually heard Rubio (R) Florida, say the the President has made things worse. Really?



Another look (Job Growth..look at Q1 2010. Stimulus was  6 months prior. The GOP says the stimulus did not work!)



Obama spending, yes of course,  fighting off a past that was consuming us.



OK, so any wonder the GOP does not feel we can do much for them?  Look at what happens for the RED line Folks after recessions!  Now, look at the Blue line folks!  And, those whom I feel the most for...look at their line!



So, Liberals are the builders of the debt? (Click chart for larger view)


"I'm Just Sayin"




While The nation's Jobs private picture improves, the public jobs picture is dismal. Stimulus worked, GOP agenda against public service jobs also worked.




new poll from the Pew Research Center for the People & the Press out yesterday shows that “progressive” is the most positively viewed political label in America, with 67 percent holding a positive view compared to just 22 percent who view the term negatively:

The poll found that the term progressive is viewed positively by a majority of all partisan groups — including 55 percent of Republicans, 68 percent of Independents, and 76 percent of Democrats.



1% vs. 99%, how about Congress vs. us (gotta read the linked article)

Congressional net worth more than doubles since 1984


Something Big Happened To America In 1979


Hint: it had a lot to do with personal income.Publish Page
Originally submitted by Alan S. Found on Faireconomy.org


MediaMatters Busted Fox News AGAIN!!!!!


On Monday, Fox News displayed a chart illustrating changes to the unemployment rate during 2011:
Note how the 8.6 percent unemployment rate in November looks higher than March's 8.8 percent rate, and about the same as the 9 percent unemployment rate in October.
Here's how an honest chart of changes to the unemployment rate during 2011 looks:



 The Debt???? (Will update once Obama data is available)

Job Creators????


Pre-Obama...but a reveal look at how the Parties go about their business



OH Man, not good for any Administration!  A Double Dip of Recession happens when employment is at it is now. Follow the pattern. I am bold enough to suggest that the GOP would relish a Double Dip.

The pattern in the Times chart is really frighteningly clear. Even if you're not good at that kind of thing, you can probably fill in the part that comes next. As Leonhardt notesSenator Charles Schumer said today, it would good news for at least some of his opponents.

The Mother of all Charts and a depiction of growing potential for 'classism' in the United States. Chart linked for larger view


The dumbing down of the nation via maintaining 'hands-off' wealthy taxes continues!




















































































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The light-blue chunks of deficit are mostly the Bush tax cuts.
Congresswoman Tammy Baldwin (D-Wisconsin) had this to say last night about her new campaign for Senate:
We're in an epic struggle. This is really, in my mind and many others, about the survival of the middle class. This is about when we look at issues like reducing our debt -- and that's certainly something we must do -- it's about demanding shared sacrifice, not just letting the people who have had the privilege of climbing the ladder of success stand by the wayside.
That's straight-up economic populism from a progressive politician, but as you can see in the chart below, she's talking about something very real for voters in Wisconsin and a lot of other states. Here, for comparison, is the New York Times report on President Obama's new stimulus plan, which would avoid a tax hike for all Americans that's set to roll in on January 1:
Republican leaders have said they might support the payroll tax cut's extension if its cost is offset by equal spending cuts, a condition they did not apply for extending the Bush-era tax cuts on high incomes.
At some point, the rank unfairness of preserving tax cuts for the wealthy at any cost (see the chart above) while being willing to raise taxes on ordinary families stops being politics and starts being news. We may be getting closer to that point. (Bonus read: Republicans in storm states balk at tying disaster relief to spending cuts. More bonus: Who's falling out of the middle class.)



Conservatives behind closed doors, "Why is there data?"
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Damn, Eric, John and Mitch, "How do we deal with this data"Rick, Mitt, Michelle or whomever.. ..
Spending
Government spending increased dramatically under Bush.  It has not increased much under Obama.  Note that this chart does not reflect any spending cuts resulting from deficit-cutting deals.
Deficits
Notes, this chart includes Clinton's last budget year for comparison.
The numbers in these two charts come from Budget of the United States Government: Historical Tables Fiscal Year 2012.  They are just the amounts that the government spent and borrowed, period,  Anyone can go look then up.  People who claim that Obama "tripled the deficit" are either misled or are trying to mislead.
The Stimulus and Jobs
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In this chart, the RED lines on the left side -- the ones that keep doing DOWN -- show what happened to jobs under the policies of Bush and the Republicans. We were losing lots and lots of jobs every month, and it was getting worse and worse.  The BLUE lines -- the ones that just go UP -- show what happened to jobs when the stimulus was in effect. We stopped losing jobs and started gaining jobs, and it was getting better and better.  The leveling off on the right side of the chart  shows what happened as the stimulus started to wind down: job creation leveled off at too low a level.
It looks a lot like the stimulus reversed what was going on before the stimulus.
Conclusion: THE STIMULUS WORKED BUT WAS NOT ENOUGH!
OH, man, Laura (Bush) look at this data. Did I do that?

Oh, Boy we cannot shake this poop off of our shoes. It seems that Bush left a real mess.

"Job Killing tax cuts" , they say...... SURE! (a bit fuzzy, sorry)



Well, who the hell do we owe?
Are some calling President Obama an 'out of control' spender?



Who is responsible for recent explosions of the National Debt?  




UUUUUM, Dorothy something is wrong, Obama spending vs Bush spending!
 

And, we made these tax cuts at the same time the chart above .....well, Dorothy I am confused!


A life of Luxury

A Life of the Extravagant

Tragedy in the Making..no mention of jobs in GOP debates
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Oh, maybe because Fox News commentators are for some reason no asking about jobs. UUUUMMM, interesting and they are supposed to be journalist. I find it impossible to believe that 'jobs' does not cross their minds.


Actual Republican spending make a mockery of their "out-of-control-spending' label for President Obama  (Large Charts LINKED below each chart for full view)
U.S. president↓Party↓Years↓Gross Debt
(Start)
($Billions)[15]↓
Gross Debt
(End)
($Billions)[15]↓
Gross Debt
(% Change/Term)↓
Gross Debt
(% Change/Administration)↓
Start debt/GDP↓End debt/GDP↓Increase debt
(in Billions of $)↓
Increase debt/GDP
(inpercentage points)↓
House Control
(with # if
split during term)↓
Senate Control
(with # if
split during term)↓
RooseveltD1941–1945$48.9$258.7+429%n/a50.4%117.5%+203+67.1%DD
Roosevelt/TrumanD1945–1949$258.7$252.7-2.5%+416.8117.5%93.1%-8-24.4%79th D, 80th R79th D, 80th R
Harry TrumanD1949–1953$252.7$266.1+5.3%+5.3%93.1%71.4%+13-21.7%DD
Dwight EisenhowerR1953–1957$266.1$270.5+1.7%n/a71.4%60.4%+6-11.0%83rd R, 84th D83rd R, 84th D
Dwight EisenhowerR1957–1961$270.5$289.0+6.8%+8.6%60.4%55.2%+20-5.2%DD
Kennedy/JohnsonD1961–1965$289.0$317.3+9.8%na55.2%46.9%+30-8.3%DD
Lyndon JohnsonD1965–1969$317.3$353.7+11.5%+22.4%46.9%38.6%+43-8.3%DD
Richard NixonR1969–1973$353.7$458.1+29.5%n/a38.6%35.6%+101-3.0%DD
Nixon/FordR1973–1977$458.1$698.8+52.4%+97.6%35.6%35.8%+177+0.2%DD
Jimmy CarterD1977–1981$698.8$997.9+42.8%+42.8%35.8%32.5%+288-3.3%DD
Ronald ReaganR1981–1985$997.9$1,823.1+82.7%n/a32.5%43.8%+823+11.3%DR
Ronald ReaganR1985–1989$1,823.1$2,857.4+56.7%+186.3%43.8%53.1%+1,050+9.3%D99th R, 100th D
George H. W. BushR1989–1993$2,857.4$4,411.5+54.4%+54.4%53.1%66.1%+1,483+13.0%DD
Bill ClintonD1993–1997$4,411.5$5,413.2+22.4%n/a66.1%65.4%+1,018-0.7%103rd D, 104th R103rd D, 104th R
Bill ClintonD1997–2001$5,413.2$5,807.5+7.3%+31.7%65.4%56.4%+401-9.0%RR
George W. BushR2001–2005$5,807.5$7,932.7+36.6%n/a56.4%63.5%+2,135+7.1%R107th Split, 108 R
George W. BushR2005–2009$7,932.7$10,699.8+34.8%+105.1%63.5%84.2%+3,971+20.7%109th R, 110th D109th R, 110th D
Barack ObamaD2009–2011 (Jan 1)$10,699.8$14,270.1+33.3%n/a84.2%98.0%+3,571+17%111th D, 112th RD
(Source: CBO Historical Budget Page and Whitehouse FY 2012 Budget - Table 7.1 Federal Debt at the End of Year PDFExcel,Senate.gov http://www.treasurydirect.gov/NP/NPGateway calculate to last penny using this website,http://www.bea.gov/national/index.htm#gdp US Department of Commerce -- Bureau of Economic Analysis)http://www.treasurydirect.gov/govt/reports/pd/mspd/2008/opds122008.pdf
Notes:

Time series of U.S. federal debt overlaid with partisan affiliation of the White House and the Congress.


Federal spending, federal debt, and GDP

The table below shows the annual federal spending, gross federal debt, and gross domestic product for average presidential parties, specific presidential terms, and specific fiscal years.[17]
Fiscal YearPresidentParty of PresidentFederal SpendingFederal DebtGross Domestic ProductInflation Adjustor[18]
Billions[19]Adjusted[20]IncreaseBillions[21]Adjusted[22]Percentage IncreaseBillions[23]Adjusted[24]Increase
1978-2005Democratic9.9%4.2%12.6%
1978-2005Republican12.1%36.4%10.7%
1978–1981CarterDemocratic$678$1,21917.2%$994$1,787-0.4%$3,055$5,4929.4%
1982–1985ReaganRepublican$946$1,39614.5%$1,817$2,68049.0%$4,142$6,10811.2%
1986–1989ReaganRepublican$1,144$1,4997.4%$2,867$3,75740.2%$5,401$7,07715.9%
1990–1993BushRepublican$1,410$1,6157.8%$4,351$4,98732.7%$6,576$7,5366.5%
1994–1997ClintonDemocratic$1,601$1,6844.3%$5,369$5,64713.2%$8,182$8,60614.2%
1998–2001ClintonDemocratic$1,863$1,8218.1%$5,769$5,638-0.2%$10,058$9,82914.2%
2002–2005BushRepublican$2,472$2,16518.9%$7,905$6,92322.8%$12,238$10,7179.0%
2006-2009*BushRepublican$3,107$2,45213.3%$10,413$8,21818.7%$15,027$11,85910.7%
1977FordRepublican$409$1,040$706$1,795$1,974$5,0190.39
1978CarterDemocratic$459$1,0935.1%$776$1,8503.1%$2,217$5,2855.3%0.42
1979CarterDemocratic$504$1,1071.3%$829$1,821-1.5%$2,501$5,4944.0%0.46
1980CarterDemocratic$591$1,1756.1%$909$1,808-0.8%$2,727$5,422-1.3%0.50
1981CarterDemocratic$678$1,2193.8%$994$1,787-1.1%$3,055$5,4921.3%0.56
1982ReaganRepublican$746$1,2522.6%$1,137$1,9086.8%$3,228$5,417-1.4%0.60
1983ReaganRepublican$808$1,2943.4%$1,371$2,19515.0%$3,441$5,5101.7%0.62
1984ReaganRepublican$852$1,3000.4%$1,564$2,3868.7%$3,840$5,8586.3%0.66
1985ReaganRepublican$946$1,3967.4%$1,817$2,68012.3%$4,142$6,1084.3%0.68
1986ReaganRepublican$990$1,4262.1%$2,120$3,05213.9%$4,412$6,3524.0%0.69
1987ReaganRepublican$1,004$1,406-1.4%$2,345$3,2837.6%$4,647$6,5062.4%0.71
1988ReaganRepublican$1,065$1,4472.9%$2,601$3,5347.7%$5,009$6,8064.6%0.74
1989ReaganRepublican$1,144$1,4993.6%$2,867$3,7576.3%$5,401$7,0774.0%0.76
1990BushRepublican$1,253$1,5906.1%$3,206$4,0678.3%$5,735$7,2772.8%0.79
1991BushRepublican$1,324$1,6101.3%$3,598$4,3747.5%$5,935$7,215-0.8%0.82
1992BushRepublican$1,382$1,6240.9%$4,001$4,7037.5%$6,240$7,3341.7%0.85
1993BushRepublican$1,410$1,615-0.5%$4,351$4,9876.0%$6,576$7,5362.8%0.87
1994ClintonDemocratic$1,462$1,6421.7%$4,643$5,2164.6%$6,961$7,8203.8%0.89
1995ClintonDemocratic$1,516$1,6621.2%$4,920$5,3953.4%$7,326$8,0332.7%0.91
1996ClintonDemocratic$1,561$1,6730.7%$5,181$5,5543.0%$7,694$8,2482.7%0.93
1997ClintonDemocratic$1,601$1,6840.7%$5,369$5,6471.7%$8,182$8,6064.3%0.95
1998ClintonDemocratic$1,653$1,7212.2%$5,478$5,7041.0%$8,628$8,9854.4%0.96
1999ClintonDemocratic$1,702$1,7461.5%$5,605$5,7500.8%$9,125$9,3614.2%0.97
2000ClintonDemocratic$1,789$1,7892.5%$5,628$5,628-2.1%$9,710$9,7103.7%1.00
2001ClintonDemocratic$1,863$1,8211.8%$5,769$5,6380.2%$10,058$9,8291.2%1.02
2002BushRepublican$2,011$1,9296.0%$6,198$5,9455.5%$10,377$9,9541.3%1.04
2003BushRepublican$2,160$2,0184.6%$6,760$6,3166.2%$10,809$10,0991.4%1.07
2004BushRepublican$2,293$2,0823.2%$7,354$6,6775.7%$11,500$10,4413.4%1.10
2005BushRepublican$2,472$2,1654.0%$7,905$6,9233.7%$12,238$10,7172.6%1.14
2006BushRepublican$2,655$2,2493.9%$8,451$7,1583.4%$13,016$11,0242.9%1.18
2007BushRepublican$2,730$2,2630.6%$8,951$7,4193.6%$13,668$11,3292.8%1.21
2008*BushRepublican$2,931$2,3664.6%$9,654$7,7935.0%$14,312$11,5530%1.24
2009BushRepublican$3,107$2,4523.6%$10,413$8,2185.5%$14,097$11,5292.6%1.27
2010*ObamaDemocratic$3,091$2,392-2.4%$11,875$9,24712.5%$14,508$11,297-2.0%1.29


President Obama spending is not pictured.... chart is dated pre- 2008 Election (Full Chart Linked Here)

GOP Members to GOP Leadership, "Hope this data is not viewed by the public, not a pretty picture, guys!"




Old chart but very relevant!


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