The combined United Kingdom Census 2011 data for England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland is available for Key and Quick Statistics as well as the Social Explorer data set. This covers population, people and places, health and social care, travel and transport, qualifications and labour market, living arrangements, household composition, and accommodation type.
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 Religious change in twentieth century Ireland: A spatial history.
Visualize annual statistics on U.S. businesses with and without paid employees or payroll at detailed levels of geography and industry. Statistics are available on business establishments at the state and county levels, metropolitan area, ZIP code levels, and congressional districts.
Visualize Vintage 2016 Population Estimates for U.S. on state and county levels. The annual time series of estimates begins with the most recent decennial census data and extends to the vintage year. It contains the components of population change (births, deaths, and migration).
CDC Cancer Data 2013 provides insights into the distribution of cancer mortality across the U.S. counties for major types of cancer. Data was provided by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS).
Explore religion data in every county, state and the United States. The data were collected by Infogroup - American Church Lists and the Religious Congregations and Membership Study (RCMS), and organized in partnership with The Association of Religion Data Archives (ARDA).
Visualize U.S. crime data on a metropolitan/nonmetropolitan county level for years 2010 and 2012. The crime data originates from FBI and UCR. Data are available for different types of crime and arrests, including violent crimes and murders, followed by the property crimes such as burglaries and larceny-thefts.
World Development Indicators, collected by The World Bank, are bringing the world to Social Explorer maps. You can now visualize, explore and compare indicators for almost every world country or switch to geographic region level for summarized preview. Data is available in decennial reports (1960-2013).
Visualize European Statistics (Eurostat) demography and migration data on a country and disseminated geographical aggregates levels. Available data cover population and its characteristics as well as vital events (births, deaths) and migration.