Afghanistan Speaks: Survey Visualisations - Al Jazeera English


Afghanistan Speaks: Survey Visualisations

Visualisation showing results of 32 provinces surveyed for the upcoming presidential elections.

Laurian Gridinoc | | Interactive, Politics, Afghanistan

Al Jazeera surveyed Afghans in 32 provinces asking them five questions related to the upcoming presidential elections.

Below is a parallel sets diagram which shows the volume realtionship between the different questions asked, sorted out of the 992 responses we received via SMS.

Hover over the paths to see the volume relationship between the answers.

Source: Al Jazeera

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