The ACA Tracking Survey mini-site presents the results of a national survey of perceptions, adoption and outcomes of the Affordable Care Act. This is a single-main-page layout divided into four strongly color-coded sections: awareness (green), use & experience (blue), enrollment (orange) and special topics (yellow). A stick top navigation lets visitors easily move between sections.
For brevity's sake I'm showing an abridged version of the main page below. The report is much longer—check it out here.
Some of the bar graphs show results from 6+ related questions in a single graph, and also needed to highlight comparisons and trends across time. We used toggles to switch between time-specific surveys. The awesome development team at Free Association created elegant animations for the graphs, which help visualize these comparisons.