Charts and Graphs

February 21, 2017
MECEP submitted this graphic along with testimony in opposition to Part I of the governor’s proposed budget, LD 390. Click on the graphic for a PDF of the full testimony)

Charts and GraphsWell-constructed charts and graphs offer highly effective ways to present data in forms that convey magnitude, trends, and context to support and foster understanding of text and analysis. MECEP strives to produce high quality, readily understandable charts and graphs that can stand alone or support our written products. Policymakers, the media, and others frequently use our charts and graphs to inform the discussion of often complex issues.

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July 13, 2017
James Myall Across the United States, Medicaid is playing a crucial role in responding to the fight against the opioid crisis—except in Maine—where one person per day is dying from a drug-related overdose, most of which are caused by opioid use.
March 10, 2017
New analysis by MECEP shows that the Washington Republicans’ plan to replace the Affordable Care Act will hit Mainers especially hard, due to the restructuring of federal subsidies for health insurance purchased through the individual market. Read More...
February 21, 2017
MECEP submitted this graphic along with testimony in opposition to Part I of the governor’s proposed budget, LD 390. Click on the graphic for a PDF of the full testimony)
February 6, 2017
Interactive map from February 5, 2017 blog post, “To pay for tax cuts for the rich, LePage budget shifts tens of millions of dollars onto the backs of homeowners.” Use the map to find the impact of the governor’s proposal on property taxes in your city or town.
February 6, 2017
Map from February 6, 2017 MECEP issue brief, “Governor LePage’s Proposed Cuts to Homestead Exemption Would Raise Property Taxes for Maine Homeowners.” Click on the map for a link to the full document.
January 23, 2017
Graphic referenced in testimony in support of LD 32, An Act to An Act to Increase the Size of Grants under the Maine State Grant Program, click here.
January 19, 2017
for a PDF of the report which includes this graphic, click here.
January 19, 2017
for a PDF of the report which includes this graphic, click here.