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3.28 This Week in Numbers

Michael Data & Graphics March 29, 2016

Via LinkedIn:

From Ian Bremmer via LinkedIn:

US foreign-born population
1965: 9.6 million
2015: 45 million
2065: 78 million (projected)
(h/t pewresearch)

% Population 60+
Developed world
1950: 12%
2011: 22%
2050: 32%
Developing world
1950: 6%
2011: 9%
2050: 20%
(h/t @wef)

Share of world’s Muslim population
Indonesia: 13.1%
India: 11.0%
Pakistan: 10.5%
Bangladesh: 8.4%
Nigeria: 4.8%

Net favorability among women
Kasich: +18
Sanders: +15
Clinton: -3
Cruz: -16
Trump: -47
(Gallup)
Net favorability among men
Kasich: +20
Sanders: +6
Cruz: -15
Clinton: -20
Trump: -22 (Gallup)

3.14 This Week in Numbers

Michael Data & Graphics March 15, 2016

Data viz video from GOOD:

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Click image to watch video “If The World Were 100 People”, simply amazing

From Ian Bremmer via LinkedIn:

If US cities were countries… (GDP)
NY = Australia
Miami = Singapore
LA = Netherlands
Chicago = Switzerland

Internet users, per 100 people
Norway: 96
UK: 91
Japan: 90
US: 87
Russia: 70
Turkey: 51
China: 49
India: 18
Indonesia: 17

Trump’s winning strategy: free media

3.7 This Week in Numbers

Michael Data & Graphics March 9, 2016

From Ian Bremmer via LinkedIn:

30% of all maritime trade travels through the South China Sea.

China stock-market value.
June, 2015: $10 trillion
Feb, 2016: $5.7 trillion

Hispanic eligible voters in the US (millions)
1988: 7.7
2000: 13.2
2008: 19.5
2016: 27.3

The world’s billionaires:
US & the Americas: 641
Asia-Pacific: 590
Europe: 489
Middle East & Africa: 90

Women in 2015 earning what men did ten years ago

World Population in 1950: 2.53 billion

Willing to fight for their country
Pakistan 89%
India 75%
Kenya 69%
Russia 59%
Greece 54%
Nigeria 50%
US 44%
France 29%
Germany 18% (Gallup)

Others:

2.22 This Week in Numbers

Michael Data & Graphics, Photo February 25, 2016

From Ian Bremmer via LinkedIn:

Continental Europe above sea level and history

Cities with the most billionaires
Beijing: 100
New York: 95
Moscow: 66
Hong Kong: 64
Shanghai: 50

Who has the biggest space budget? (USD millions)
US: 39,332
China: 6,111
Russia: 5,265
Japan: 3,597
France: 2,713
Germany: 1,687

Median age:
Germany 46.1
Japan 46.1
US 37.6
China 36.7
Brazil 30.7
Saudi Arabia 26.4
Iraq 21.5
Uganda 15.5
Niger 15.1

2.16 This Week in Numbers

Michael Data & Graphics February 18, 2016

From Ian Bremmer via LinkedIn

Most at risk of job automation Countries:
Ethiopia, China, Thailand
US cities: Fresno, Vegas, Greensboro

Saudi Arabia
70% of population under 30.
70% of labor force employed by the govt.
90% of govt revenue from oil.

Child marriage rate among Syrian refugees in Jordan
2011: 12%
2014: 32% (@UNICEF)

Cellphone ownership in Africa, 2015
Nigeria: 87%
Botswana: 85%
South Africa: 75%
Kenya: 70%
Rwanda: 48%
Ethiopia: 32%

2.1 This Week in Numbers

Michael Data & Graphics February 2, 2016

Ian Bremmer via LinkedIn:

Sustained low oil prices will push $3 trillion/yr from oil producers to consumers. One of the largest wealth transfers in human history.

One fifth of Germany’s population is of a migrant background.

Number of Rides Arranged Didi Kuaidi: 1.4 billion in China, last year Uber: 1 billion globally, ever (posted in Feb. 2016)

The global economy (nominal GDP) US: 23.3% China: 13.9% Japan: 6.2% Germany: 5.2% UK: 3.9%

The World’s Economy Divided by Area

Among employed American adults, nearly a full workweek has been lost since the turn of the centuries, infographic by Project: Time Off:

Apple’s revenue per employee in 2015 is way ahead in the chart among the major tech companies:

Sree Sreenivasan via Twitter: Bicycle parking in a Manhattan garage: $200/month: