The WSJ has an insane chart of just about any factor you could think of to slice and dice the World Cup competitors.


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World Cup of Everything Else

Source: WSJ

Category: Data Analysis, Digital Media, Sports

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3 Responses to “World Cup of Everything Else”

  1. BoKolis says:

    My co-favorites are that we couldn’t get out of the group stage in Education spending and we pipped Mexico in the final for highest BMI.

  2. CD4P says:

    Where’s the abstinence strategy metric? There’s always some associated story about some team refraining from sex such that they’re not weakened come match time.

  3. chartist says:

    I was in Sao Paolo in January. Arianna Huffington was about 50 people behind me waiting to get through customs. No one does slums like Brazil. Oh and wearing Bose noise canceling headphones is tantamount to wearing a Rolex.