The average size of an American family is about 3 people. Explore this data viz shows to see how that differs by state.
Browsing: State Level Analysis
This tool provides policy makers, state officials, demographers, and the inquisitive viewers a report of what kind of people are moving to each state.
This visualization provides a look at how many young adults live with their parents in every state. Nationally, 34.5 percent of adults 18-34 years old live with a parent. This ranges from 47.3 percent in New Jersey and 15.6 percent in North Dakota.
A look at how the urban/rural divide differs throughout the country.
A look at how much commute times have increased in the United States over the last 10 years.
A look at how the number of people in the U.S. living in poverty has changed over the last 10 year.
A look at how the percentage of people without health insurance in the United States is changing.
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.
A graphical look at how marital status differed in each state in 2016.