The American household is changing. Check out this data visualization to see what states have the most multigenerational households.
Browsing: Housing Data
Ever been curious about how many houses are mobile homes? Use this data viz to explore data on this subject for the nation and every state.
The average size of an American family is about 3 people. Explore this data viz shows to see how that differs by 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 number of young adults living with their parents has changed over the last 30 years.
A look at the rise of households that have cell phones, but no landlines over the last 15 years.
This visualization compares the number of people that own or rent their home by their age.
A look at how the number of people in a household is related to the number of bedrooms the home has.
A look at the comparison between rental costs and median income in each metro area in the United States.
In 2016, an estimated 89.3% of American households have a computer. This visualization breaks down the differences by state.