Created by Matthew Epler. From his note:
Each shape is determined by voter approval ratings amongst registered republican voters for each of the GOP presidential candidates. The height is a measurement of time, beginning December 10, 2011 and ending on April 1, 2012 (bottom to top). The width of each object is the quantity by percentage (out of 100%) of approval for that candidate. All data comes directly from Gallup polls.
The Paul looks appealing.
The Santorum should have been covered in “Santorum”.
The Mitt would be a painful fit.
You can buy the set for $350.
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