The World Cup of Everything (Except Soccer)



This interactive visualization at the Wall Street Journal shows who “wins” in a variety of variable match-ups from having the highest murder rate to eating the most beans. Population is shown above.

–From The Wall Street Journal

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2 Responses to “The World Cup of Everything (Except Soccer)”

  1. soccer politico peter hargitay Says:

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    Thanks to the recent signing of BT capturing the Premier League rights, this company
    is now flourishing like an English country garden.

    Chelsea is one of the best-supported clubs in England.
    West Brom, Middlesborough and Newcastle all ended up losing on the final day of the season,
    and their premiership status lost for at least a year. Look
    for the website offering English Premier League tickets at the
    lowest price with the least amount of endeavor. Premier League
    has found sponsors since 1993 and the first sponsorship came from Carling which lasted from 1993 to

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