We're especially looking at you here, Fox News.
By breaking convention and displaying an inverted Y axis, this graph is completely misleading.
Or alternatively you could just get rid of the Y-axis altogether...
How about this, um, straightforward radar graph comparing car performance.
Or a quick and easy flow chart made by Republican politicians (the shock! the horror!) Sam Brownback and Kevin Brady to portray complexities in the Obamacare system. Click here for a larger image (although we're not sure why you would want to).
Sometimes 8.6 becomes a higher value than 8.8.
Bars being the same size regardless of the numerical value they are supposed to represent - not cool.
This pie chart totals 193 per cent and makes the least popular candidate look more popular than the most popular.
Yes, wait, I mean no!
Don't even know where to begin with this Y-axis.
Because employment only really began in 2009, and wages haven't gone down or anything...
We won't even mention the Y-axis