Bing Marries Design and Political Data to Prime the Partisans

Bing Marries Design and Political Data to Prime the Partisans

The Bing Political Index enables users to get ready for the election by comparing the presidential candidates' positions on the issues

Lauren Kirkwood
  • 14 december 2015

You want to be an informed voter, ready to debate the merits of certain presidential candidates over dinner, but perhaps you think you’re too busy to take the time to learn about the viewpoints of each member of the crowded 2016 field? Bing wants to help you out with its new Bing Political Index, a data visualization tool that aims to make it easy to find out where candidates stand on the major issues and how they compare with their peers.

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