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Canadian Data Now Available on Social Explorer
WEDNESDAY, APR 20, 2016

Canadian Data Now Available on Social Explorer

Social Explorer now has the 2011 Canadian Census available on our site. Collected by Statistics Canada, these data cover topics such as age, sex, families, household and marital status, dwelling and more. Geographies include the nation, province, economic regions, census divisions and subdivisions, and other levels. Get started with the maps and reports to learn all about our 33,476,705 neighbors to the north. Social Explorer will soon add Statistics Canada's Nat... more
Eurostat Data Now Available on Social Explorer
WEDNESDAY, APR 20, 2016

Eurostat Data Now Available on Social Explorer

Detailed European demographic data are now available on Social Explorer. This new European dataset includes population numbers and detailed characteristics, as well as births, deaths and migration. Data for 2013 are now available with additional years coming soon. Visualize European Statistics (Eurostat) demography for dozens of countries country. Eurostat, the statistical office of the European Union, provides statistics that enable comparisons between countries and regions. Dat... more
Health Data Now Available on Social Explorer
FRIDAY, APR 01, 2016

Health Data Now Available on Social Explorer

County level health data from 2010 to 2015 are now available on our site. Start exploring a variety of health factors including obesity, smoking, excessive drinking, access to healthy foods and medical care. These data were compiled by the County Health Rankings and Roadmaps program. The measures come from a variety of national and state data sources including the Center for Disease Control and the Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System. The County Health Rankings and Roadmaps pro... more
Crime and Arrest Data Now Available on Social Explorer
TUESDAY, MAR 29, 2016

Crime and Arrest Data Now Available on Social Explorer

Explore crime and arrest data on a county level across the US for 2010 and 2012 using Social Explorer's maps and reports. These selected crime data originate from the Uniform Crime Reporting Program (UCR), while population estimates data were collected by Census Bureau and processed by Social Explorer. These data include violent crimes, property crimes and arrests. For example, explore the 2012 murder rate by county in the following map: And the 2012 motor... more
100 Years of US Elections Now Available on Social Explorer
FRIDAY, DEC 18, 2015

100 Years of US Elections Now Available on Social Explorer

Social Explorer Announces New Release of Election Maps Social Explorer users now have access to a century of election data.  The presidential, senatorial, congressional and gubernatorial election data come from Dave Leip's Atlas of U.S. Presidential Elections.  Building on our recent release of 2004-12 election data, these maps now span over a century: presidential elections 1912 to the present, gubernatorial elections (including off-year elections) from 1... more
2010-14 Five-Year American Community Survey Data Now Available on Social Explorer
TUESDAY, DEC 08, 2015

2010-14 Five-Year American Community Survey Data Now Available on Social Explorer

Newly released data from the 2014 American Community Survey are now available on Social Explorer. Subscribers can access the 2010-14 five-year file with both our map and reporting tools.   The American Community Survey (ACS) is an extensive annual survey administered by the Census Bureau to a sample of about three million households nationwide. The data include variables on income, race, ancestry, health insurance, commute time and much more.  The fi... more
2014 American Community One-Year Survey Data Now Available on Social Explorer
WEDNESDAY, SEP 23, 2015

2014 American Community One-Year Survey Data Now Available on Social Explorer

Newly released data from the 2014 American Community Survey are now available on Social Explorer. Subscribers can access the new data with both our map and reporting tools.   The American Community Survey (ACS) is an extensive annual survey administered by the Census Bureau to a sample of about three million households nationwide. The data includes variables on income, race, ancestry, health insurance, commute time and much more. This latest release in... more
Crossing the Data Pond: United Kingdom Census Now Available on Social Explorer
TUESDAY, JUL 21, 2015

Crossing the Data Pond: United Kingdom Census Now Available on Social Explorer

Social Explorer is chuffed (British for "pleased") to announce the addition of United Kingdom Census data to our site.  The data come from the UK's Office for National Statistics' 2011 Census and include England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.   Explore variables for population, people and places, health and social care, travel and transport, qualifications and labour market, living arrangements, household composition, and accommodatio... more
Election Data Now Available on Social Explorer
TUESDAY, MAR 31, 2015

Election Data Now Available on Social Explorer

Social Explorer announces first release of election data As talk of the 2016 presidential race and other contests heats up, you can now visualize United States election results with Social Explorer.  These presidential, senatorial, congressional and gubernatorial election data come from Dave Leip's Atlas of U.S. Presidential Elections. These data are available for map presentation only.  This first release includes election data down to the county level for all four... more
Celebrate St. Patrick's Day with Data from Ireland
WEDNESDAY, MAR 11, 2015

Celebrate St. Patrick's Day with Data from Ireland

Social Explorer announces first international mapping project--Irish religion data.   As millions celebrate Ireland's patron saint and Irish culture this St. Patrick's Day, explore new data that help tell the story of the Ireland's religious history. Explore Irish religion and population data from 1911 to 2001 through decades of political change. These data and geographies were compiled by Professor Ian Gregory of Lancaster University, from Trou... more