Statistical Atlas

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When There Were More Deaths Than Births in the U.S.

The two counts have been getting closer to each other. The past couple of years accelerated the process. Read More

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Declining Births

The number of births per month has been decreasing over the past decade. The pandemic seems to have sped up the process in the beginning.Read More

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Change in Age Generations

Since no one has figured out how to defeat time, age generations come and go. This chart shows the generational breakdowns since 1920.Read More

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Where People are Married and Not

About 48% of the U.S. population aged 15 and older is married. I was curious if there were regional variations, so I mapped it.Read More

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Divorce Rates and Income

Divorce rates are tied to job security, age, and occupation, so it should make sense that we see a pattern when we plot divorce rates against income.Read More

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Foreign Students

There are over 1 million international higher-education students enrolled in the United States. This map shows where they reside. Read More

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Age Generation Populations

Based on estimates from the United States Census Bureau released for July 2019, Millennials are the largest living generation in the country now. Read More

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Race and Origin in the United States, by State

Here is the breakdown for each state in the United States, based on estimates from the American Community Survey. Read More

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Unemployment Rate Changes

In April 2020, the Bureau of Labor Statistics estimated a national unemployment rate of 14.7%. It wasn't just the rate itself but how fast it spiked. Read More

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