According to the Census Bureau, 47.5% of Americans are married. The visualization how this differs by state.
Browsing: Demographic Data
A look at how the population has grown (or shrunk) in each state since 2010.
The average American worker spent 38.7 hours per week at work. Here is a look at how it differs by state.
A quick look at the changes and trends in the total amount of housing costs in America.
Housing costs have risen 19.4% since 2005 nationwide. Like most trends though, the data is different in every state. This visualization lets you see all the state trends in one spot.
This visualization looks at what the data is saying about how many people are getting married. While the trend away from marriage is apparent, it looks like more people are starting to get married again.
A quick look at how income is changing by state in the US.
Elementary, Middle, and High Schools have a Higher Proportion of Instructional Employees than Colleges and Universities
A look at how distribution of employees differs between elementary and secondary schools and institutions of higher education.
A visualization exploring the educational enrollment of Americans.
Introduction The American Community Survey estimates that 38.6% of people worked 50 to 52 weeks…