Data

Data is quickly becoming an intricate part of our daily lives. We decide how much of it we want to share on social media, at least we believe we decide. Google and other businesses then take our data, which includes everything from our names and addresses to our purchasing habits, and advertise our personal tastes and preferences right in front of our eyes while we’re skimming through Facebook and other social media websites.

But we ought to realize that data is so much more than just advertising on social media. Data is power, and we ought to treat is as such.

Data

  • Federal Data
    • Demographics
    • Crime
    • Economics
    • Education
    • Election
    • Metadata
    • Politics
  • State Data
    • California
    • Illinois
    • Minnesota
      • Demographics
      • Crime
      • Economics
      • Education
      • Election
      • Metadata
      • Politics
    • Wisconsin
  • City Data
    • Chicago
    • Milwaukee
    • Minneapolis
  • Election Data
    • 2016 Presidential Election
    • 2018 mid-terms
    • 2020 Presidential Election

Federal (National) Data

Demographics

Economics

  • Unemployment (age, race, and sex)

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Economics

City Data

Chicago

Demographics 

Crime

  • Homicides

Milwaukee

Economics

  • Median Household Income

 

Minneapolis

Demographics

Economics

  • Unemployment by Mayor Term 1 
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