There are 34 states with Republicans as their richest politicians, 15 with Democrats, and one with an Independent. Interestingly, every single one is in Congress. Who’s the richest in your state?
There are nearly 400 metropolitan areas in the United States, and each has its own culture, history, and economy. We looked at them all and found which ones have the highest and lowest median household incomes. Look for yourself and discover where you rank!
Our new viz breaks down exactly how much more you can expect to earn over those with only a high school diploma.
Education clearly impacts an individual’s net worth, but it doesn’t put all Americans on an even playing field. New data reveals that race and ethnicity still have major impacts on net worth, whether individuals have an education or not. Our new graphic shows who has the most money and who is most affected by a college degree.
Have you ever wondered where your medicine comes from? This map shows the value of global drug and medicine exports, and revealed some shocking observations.
Our new map shows you the best companies to work for around the world. They come from different industries of all sizes.
There’s isn’t an exact correlation, but our new maps show that the more economic freedom people have, the more likely they are to live in a strong economy.
The government sends billions of dollars overseas each year, but do you know where the money goes?
Several countries have enormous national debt levels. Our new chart shows you what this looks like per capita.
Millennials can get priced out of the housing market too, just like everyone else.
Combining both housing income data tells us a lot about the American economy. Figure out how long you would need to work to pay your mortgage based on where you live.