Monthly Archives: April 2013

GDP Growth: Democrat vs. Republican

These visualizations very simply compares the average annual increase in GDP growth between the two parties, starting from four different points in time, measured in real dollars on a per capita basis. Clearly, in the larger metrics (After WW1 forward and GD & Forward) Democrat presidents hold a substantial advantage in GDP growth results. However, […]

Economics Wars: Analysis Assumptions

Who has the best economics results? The Democrats, or the Republicans? Like most time-series questions, the answer is “it depends” on the assumptions of the analysis, how the data is normalized. and the boundaries of the time series.  First, the data must be viewed on a per capita basis and in real dollars. Dollar data […]