For the last three years we have been doing a simple update and analysis of the macro-trends of the announced Singapore government budget in February/March. Here are the 2014 and 2015 ones.

This year is no exception.

As the charts are more or less written already, what we do is to add in the new data points and use the charts to support the new macro analysis of the Singapore government budget.

This year, however, we have tweaked the charts a little in terms of design (especially the Revenue vs Expenditure one), and more importantly, we have made the charts embeddable for any website or blog that wants to use them in their analysis.

Like our GE2015 elections charts, just simply attribute and link back to us.

On 24th March Budget day, when the budget is released, all the new data will be updated and the data visualizations will update.

Simply cut and paste the embed code snippets into your blog or website:
Note: You can change the height of the iFrame below to fit whatever screen height you prefer. We suggest at least 600px (or more).

Singapore Government Revenue vs Expenditure Chart:


<iframe src="http://viz.sg/viz/budget2016/budget2016_revenue_vs_expenditure.html" style="border:0; overflow:hidden; width:100%; height:600px;"></iframe>


Singapore Government Expenditure Chart:


<iframe src="http://viz.sg/viz/budget2016/budget2016_expenditure.html" style="border:0; overflow:hidden; width:100%; height:600px;"></iframe>


Singapore Government Revenue Chart:


<iframe src="http://viz.sg/viz/budget2016/budget2016_revenue.html" style="border:0; overflow:hidden; width:100%; height:600px;"></iframe>