Posted by Jay Livingston
How to make a 13% increase (4.6 percentage points) look like a quintupling.
I’ve blogged before about “gee-whiz graphs” (here and here ). And I’ve blogged about the inventive graphing techniques of the folks at Fox (here). But this example may be in a class by itself.
HT: I’m not sure who posted this first. I got it thanks to Sangeeta Parashar.