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Programming note

I've got some travel today, so my blogging is unfortunately dependent on WiFi and layovers. Dylan Matthews, however, will be pitching in. Ask him to graph stuff!

By Ezra Klein  | October 28, 2010; 9:00 AM ET
 
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This is tough.

on an international scale...or a state by state scale graph the age of a population vs. the % an incumbent party is re-elected

Posted by: Mazzi455 | October 28, 2010 10:54 AM | Report abuse

i know this is not pertaining to economics...
but in keeping with the recent video on the "it gets better" project, do you think you could graph, (or give percentages) on the increase or decrease in suicides, among males and females...
in different age groups
and relating to other conditional factors you might find,
high stress jobs
veterans
unemployed
different ethnicities
gender related
terminally ill
juvenile suicide
or other criteria that you find
whatever research you could provide in a graph, or however,would be very useful.
thank you.

Posted by: jkaren | October 28, 2010 11:27 AM | Report abuse

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