Author: GinaB

Gina Bremer was a Business Intelligence Analyst at PayScale.com. She got her start in data visualization at PayScale producing interactive visualizations to tell stories about PayScale.com data. While most of her data visualizations are now for internal eyes only, she still enjoys visualizing for public consumption whenever possible. Gina holds a bachelor’s degree in mathematics from the University of Washington and is a true Seattleite (think Zumba instructor, avid snow skier, hiker, coffee drinker, hawks fan, likes rain…).

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Clinton vs. Trump (Part 4): The Division in Support by U.S. Metro

In the first parts of our four-part series, we looked at support for Clinton and Trump by gender and income, degree level, and age and gender. Now, we examine how geographic location affects PayScale users’ choices in the voting booth. Part 4: Division in Candidate Support by U.S. Metro Key Point: I...
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Clinton vs. Trump (Part 3): The Division in Support by Age and Gender

In the first parts of our four-part series, we looked at support for Clinton and Trump by gender and income, and degree level. Now, we examine how age and gender affect PayScale users’ choices in the voting booth. Part 3: Division in Candidate Support by Age and Gender Key Point: The trend...
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Clinton vs. Trump (Part 2): The Division in Support by Degree Level

In the first part of our four-part series, we looked at support for Clinton and Trump by gender and income. Now, we examine how education affects PayScale users’ choices in the voting booth. Part 2: Division in Candidate Support by Degree Level Key Point: More educated, more likely to vote Clinton. If...
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Clinton vs. Trump (Part 1): The Division in Support by Gender and Income

Politics is a touchy subject. That’s why, for most people, there’s an unspoken understanding that there is a time and a place for political conversation. That place does not include long rants on Facebook, heated discussions with strangers in the grocery line, or while sitting down to a nice family meal. The 2016 election has taken...