This visualization looks at how metro areas rank in population size within the United States.
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A look at the comparison between rental costs and median income in each metro area in the United States.
A look at how income in metro areas can differ from each other and the national average.
A look at what time most Americans get to work everyday.
In 2016, an estimated 89.3% of American households have a computer. This visualization breaks down the differences by state.
This visualization shows the percentage of the population that was born in another country in each U.S. county.
A graphical look at how marital status differed in each state in 2016.
A look at how American’s commute to work in each state.
A data visualization looking at how the percentage of people without health insurance differs in each U.S. county.
A visualization of the percentage of households in each county in the United States that are rented.