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Detroit infographic final

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Here's a visual "info graphic" approach to telling Detroit's story. A bit more "sequential art" oriented than your typical info graphic.

Here's a visual "info graphic" approach to telling Detroit's story. A bit more "sequential art" oriented than your typical info graphic.

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  • 1. XX X X DETROIT: A SLOW TRIP DOWN THE DRAIN This infographic is based on an article published in the National Post, "Making over the Motor City", July 27, 2013 CAPACITY research & resonance inc 2013 But... 26 Fire engines, with ladders unuseable because they have not been inspected in years 36% People living below the poverty line 150,000 Manufacturing jobs lost between 1947 and 1963 62% Decline in population from 1950 to 2012 1.85 In millions, Detroit's population in 1952, it's highest point 1.85 In $ billions, the city's debt 30 Structure fires a day. Los Angeles, with 5 times the population, has 11 58 Minutes, the average police response time to a crime (national average is 11) ... hope emerges, as entrepreneurs begin to build opportunity again... 700,000 Calls to the police station per year 1.6 In $ billions, the decline in assessed property values in the last 5 years 38 Cents in every tax dollar that goes to service the city's debt and other obligations rather than providing services to residents and businesses 78,000 Abandoned and blighted structures, about 1/5 of the housing stock

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