The biggest liars in US politics

September 25, 2016

(This article was first published on Stat Of Mind, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)

Anyone that follows US politics will be aware of the tremendous changes and volatility that has struck the US political landscape in the past year. In this post, I leverage third-party data to surface who are the most frequent liars, and show how to build a containerized Shiny app to visualize direct comparisons between individuals.

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