I feel it's pretty jumbled. Most infographics are vertical because it is easier to follow the flow of information. If you build it vertically it also become easier to separate ideas and build each "slide" off the next. My other suggestion is to work on your color scheme and fonts. From a quick glance nothing really pops out saying "LOOK AT HOW IMPORTANT THIS IS", everything is the same and it's hard to understand what connects to what. Using general color schemes for your background as well as fonts allows you to visually separate ideas. Although with that said, don't overdo it either. People often get caught up using too much color and then it becomes a rainbow color palette of epilepsy. Good start though, the actual graphics provide a lot of really interesting information, and don't forget to site your sources at the bottom.
Also, check out this blog for inspiration: http://www.coolinfographics.com/