Infographic: How the Great Recession Has Changed Life in America
Interactive graphic that charts the impact of the “Great Recession” on Americans. Polling data with breakdowns by age, education, race, gender and political affiliation.
Map: Interracial Marriage: Who and Where
In 2008, a record 14.6% of all new marriages in the United States were between spouses of a different race or ethnicity from one another. Rates varied by region, by state and racial group.
Quiz: How Millennial Are You?
Take our 14 item quiz and we’ll tell you how “Millennial” you are, on a scale from 0 to 100, by comparing your answers with those of respondents to a scientific nationwide survey.
Infographic: A Portrait of Five Generations
Data: Marriage and Divorce: A 50-State Tour
The proportion of Americans who are currently married has been diminishing for decades and is lower than it has been in at least half a century.
Data: Sticky States
“Magnet” states are those in which a high share of the adults who live there now moved there from some other state. “Sticky” states are those in which a high share of the adults who were born there live there now.
Quiz: Community Quiz
Asked in a survey about specific metropolitan areas where they would like to live, respondents ranked Denver, San Diego and Seattle at the top of a list of 30 large cities. What do you think of your own community as a place to live? And how do other Americans rate their communities — and yours? Take our Community Quiz to find out.
Map: Comings and Goings: Migration Flows in the United States
Americans have settled down somewhat recently, but they have traditionally been on the move. Use our interactive maps and charts to trace predominant U.S. migration patterns over recent decades and find out which localities are “sticky” (high retention rates) and which are “magnets” (high rates of attraction).
Quiz: Couples Quiz
Who calls the shots in your household? Nowadays in many American families, it’s the woman who wears the pantsuit. Take our Couples Quiz to find out where you fit, then compare your results with the findings of a national survey.