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2. The visual's message is not clear at all. A better visual can be made for the same data that is more appropriate and direct. The design of this visual is multi dimensional making it confusing and irrelevant. And for sure the visual is full of chart junk. The pictorial representation of number of people by figures makes no sense. As the graphic is so unclear and confusing, figures may be wrongly interpreted that may mislead the reader.
3. Yes, the visual is loud and too clear. This is very much significant to its definition and representation of the population on gender basis. Yes, a linear bar chart is the best way as it includes the comparison in genders with the passage of time. Moreover the visual is free from chart junk as it contains only the relevant information. As the things are clear and well mentioned in the visual, it cannot mislead the leader.
4. Yes, the visual is clear on its subject to an extent. But it is not much significant to its values and the division of area as it provides an estimate rather than the exact areas. Yes, a map is an appropriate design as it includes data on a large scale. Moreover the visual is free from chart junk as it contains only the information and the necessary data. As the things are clear and well mentioned in the visual, it cannot mislead the reader.
5. No, the visual is not clear with the values. The type of visual is correct but it could have been more appropriate by drawing distinct bars rather than stack of coins. The chart is absolutely free from the chart junk as it contains only the related and important data. But the comparison is unclear for similar bars of coins. Therefore, this can distort data.