Venn Diagrams, how do they work?
Self-professed Democratic presidential shoo-in, Hillary Clinton, is confused. Again. This time, her confusion stems from the most basic charts in all of chartdom — the Venn Diagram.
Friday, Clinton’s official account tweeted an anti-second amendment Venn Diagram, only it’s not a Venn Diagram:
Let's get this done.
The vast majority of Americans pic.twitter.com/23ND36tFFm
— Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) May 20, 2016
The first little chart every kid learns in school (if they still teach such things) is the circular Venn Diagram. Its intended purpose is to illustrate possible or likely similarities between various data sets or traits. They’re painfully simple, which is why Clinton’s misuse of such a basic little chart is both mock and cringeworthy.
In Clinton’s bastardization of the Venn Diagram, Americans and Gun Owners are presumed to be different… when they’re actually the exact same data set.
How they should work:
Or like this:
HOW DO YOU MESS UP A VENN DIAGRAM? HOW?!?!?!
Our last hope?
Don't worry… when she's president, she'll let Bill deal with all the math-y stuff https://t.co/xMTkb3qUx0
— Political Math (@politicalmath) May 20, 2016
Why do we have to discuss this? Because 2016 is the most ridiculous election cycle in the history of humankind ever.
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