Between 1966 and 2012, 30% of the world’s mass shootings occurred in the U.S. This means that America has more public mass shootings than in any other country in the world, based on a study released by National Institutes of Health. There is no a formal definition of mass shootings. The FBI described a mass…

 

Gun violence in the United States resulted in more than 30,000 annual fatalities. Read our detailed analysis on correlation between gun death, gun ownership and gun laws, completed with interactive heat map. How many people are killed each year by guns in the USA? 33,390 people were killed by guns, which represents 0.01% of the whole…

 

With 88.8 guns per 100 residents, US has the highest gun ownership rate in the world.  Based on 2014 data, whilst the US houses 4.6% of the world’s population, the nation has around 35-50% of civilian-owned guns worldwide.  Furthermore, the US has the highest gun-related death rate among the advanced countries.  Recent 2014 survey completed…

 

Most people know that education is important and children should attend school.  However, is it even more important that they graduate?  This post will examine latest census data and highlight one of the interesting areas, i.e. which U.S. cities with lowest high school graduation rates.  Census-designated places (CDP) are excluded in this article. Top 10…

 

The latest unemployment rates on this interactive map are for October 2014, obtained from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.  Desktop users can hover on a state to uncover figures and rank information.  Smart phone or tablet users can click on the state to see the details. You can download latest records shown in this post. …