presidential-race

The Presidential Race

February 21, 2013

Will these presidential candidates’ Facebook fans take them to the White House in the 2012 election? Source

Rangers rotation vs. Tigers

Rangers rotation vs. Tigers

September 5, 2012

A visual tribute to Arsene Wenger showing every player to represent Arsenal football club in his 15 full seasons at the club. Appearance and goal information is included for each player. Source

Urban Enclaves

Urban Enclaves

August 30, 2012

Scope out some interesting urban areas in the United States that are home to de facto ethnic communities. The data comes from the 2010 US Census and highlights neighborhoods where Asian, Black, Hispanic, or White proportions are exceptionally high. Source

Look Who’s Coming to Dinner

August 30, 2012

Their has been a rise to interracial dating in the United States. This infographic provides stats for interracial dating in the United States and how its changed. Source

3 Interesting Infographics: Interracial Marriage

3 Interesting Infographics: Interracial Marriage

August 12, 2012

This interesting infographic is entitled “Who is Marrying Whom,” also was published by the New York Times, and shows a visual breakdown of interracial marriage across the major racial/ethnic groups in the U.S. (again, you can click on the thumbnail below to see the full-size version). Source

Visualising Demographics at UK Universities

Visualising Demographics at UK Universities

July 29, 2012

a quick idea of what’s happening in UK universities wrt demographics Source

The Demographics of Double and Half

The Demographics of Double and Half

July 24, 2012

Where have populations of various race/ethnic census categories doubled between this census and the last? How about where those numbers have reduced by half? Check out this set of doubled or halved US counties… Source

American Enclaves

American Enclaves

July 2, 2012

Each dot represents a census tract where an ethnic proportion is significantly greater (+2 st dev) than the national average. These locations indicate neighborhoods of comparatively intense representation -an enclave. Source

The Growth of Asian American and Pacific I...

The Growth of Asian American and Pacific I…

June 13, 2012

Asian American and Pacific Islander communities will more than double their demographic numbers in the next 40 years by an increase of 150 percent, according to Census estimates. In the last 10 years these communities have jump-started this growth by soaring 43.3 percent—more than any other racial group. Consequently, growth in the Asian American and […]

15 Facts About U.S. Inequalities Everyone Should Know

15 Facts About U.S. Inequalities Everyone Should Know

May 5, 2012

America is the land of the free with equality and justice for all, or at least that’s the idea. Find out about the riff between what should be equal and what’s true in America.