Seth Hamblin


Editor, visual journalism at the Wall Street Journal. I tweet newsy infographics and infographics news.

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In California, more than 2 million homes are worth less than the loans people owe on them.

Obama could win by adding N.C. and Va. to the states that voted Democratic in past. (Wall Street Journal graphic)

2.2 million will lose unemployment benefits by February if extension not passed (Wall Street Journal graphic) #wsj

How mortgage REITS can build leveraged assets (Wall Street Journal graphic) #wsj

September's top spending growth area: autos. Biggest spending drop: sports and hobbies. Wall Street Journal graphic

Netflix pays on avg. $900,000 per episode to stream Madmen, $700,000 for Gossip Girl (Wall Street Journal graphic)

Netflix pays $900,000 to stream Madmen, $700,000 to stream Gossip Girl. (Wall Street Journal graphic)

Chicago garbage collectors work within inefficiently contorted boundaries. (Wall Street Journal map)

Pirson sentences are growing longer for insider trading. (Wall Street Journal graphic)

Diagram of BlackBerry service and where the trouble lies. (Wall Street Journal)

Herman Cain vaults to lead of GOP pack in Wall Street Journal/NBC poll

43% of Hispanic voters say Dems doing good job of reaching out to them. 18% say GOP is. (Wall St Journal graphic)

Moscow is giving Gorky Park a makeover. (Wall Street Journal graphic)

Moscow giving Gorky Park a makeover.

GOP candidates have had a wild ride in the polls during the debate season. (Wall Street Journal graphic)

Android dominates among consumers, but iPhone is gaining ground with businesses. (Wall Street Journal graphic)

60% in poll would be comfortable with Mormon president; 83% for Catholic; 37% for atheist (Wall St Journal graphic)

Oddities and superlatives from the history of the Nobel Prize. (Wall Street Journal graphic)

With housing prices and job numbers up, Detroit is seeing some signs of revival. (Wall Street Journal graphic)

The economy needs to add 6.6 million jobs to regain the prerecession level (Wall Street Journal graphic)