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WEDNESDAY, APR 03, 2019
Social Explorer's Andrew Beveridge in Supreme Court Amicus Brief on Citizenship Question
Social Explorer's co-founder and president Andrew Beveridge contributed to an amicus brief of historians and social scientists in the legal case surrounding t... more
TUESDAY, APR 02, 2019
Social Explorer's Andrew Beveridge Assists Long Island Election Case
A group of Long Island, NY, residents and community groups are suing to change the way Islip Town Board members are elected. Their lawsuit alleges that the current at-... more
MONDAY, FEB 04, 2019
Race and Inequality in Virginia
The calls for Virginia Governor Ralph Northam to resign have grown after a controversial photo from his past surfaced on Friday. His personal page section from the 198... more
WEDNESDAY, JAN 30, 2019
2019 Super Data Bowl!
While many Super Bowl fans focus on things like player statistics, team strategies and nacho recipes, we data nerds prefer to analyze demographics. Th... more
THURSDAY, JAN 03, 2019
Social Explorer Beta Maps Are Live!
A few weeks ago, when we announced the release of our redesigned website and a new dashboard, we promised we’ll be back with more very soon. This time, we update... more
THURSDAY, DEC 20, 2018
New 2013-2017 American Community Survey Now Available!
The Census Bureau's newly released five-year American Community Survey (ACS) dataset is now available on SocialExplorer.com. Subscribers can access the new da... more
WEDNESDAY, DEC 05, 2018
Introducing Social Explorer's New Website & Dashboard
We redesigned the Social Explorer website to improve the overall user experience, whether you’re a first-time visitor or a longtime user. Check out our new user ... more
TUESDAY, DEC 04, 2018
2018 Election Maps Now Available
Social Explorer now has the latest maps for congressional, gubernatorial and senatorial election results. Start exploring the results in our Election Maps co... more
SUNDAY, DEC 02, 2018
Social Explorer Study Referenced in Talking Points Memo Article on Census Question Controversy
The debate over whether or not the U.S. Census Bureau should add a question to the decennial survey about citizenship is making its way through the courts all the... more
THURSDAY, NOV 29, 2018
Social Explorer in The New York Times on Bike-Lane Controversy
A New York Times article on a neighborhood divided over the addition of a new bike path cites Social Explorer in the discussion. The city plans to build... more
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