A fascinating interactive graphic gives us a sort of glimpse into what people do all day? And by “people,” I mean a representative sample of Americans who were phoned up in 2008 and asked what they did the previous day—and by “all day” I mean typical, run-of-the-mill common garden days.
Not, in other words, election days like this one.
Nonetheless, here’s a screen shot of the much, much better interactive graphic over at the New York Times.
[Hat tip Stats Chat]