Discussion in 'Community' started by Terr_Mys, Nov 29, 2009.
here, have a map of ahnk morpork.
The average annual temperature of the contiguous United States
Rich Blocks, Poor Blocks: Median Household Income for every Census tract in the U.S.
Click on a census tract to get the median household income and compare it to the "middle class" income range for that state as a whole.
My home town -
Median household income: $45,670
Statewide middle class range: $57,000 to $68,000
US snow cover and depth on Christmas Day:
Europe/Asia snow cover map on Christmas Day:
LOL, North Dakota. How exactly to you measure that?
If infertility is Vermont's worst quality, it's a pretty good place.
Yep, Heart Attacks are a leading killer in West Virginia.
Minnesota seems to get off pretty leniently.
But tornadoes are awesome, so if we have to be the worst at something, I'm glad it's tornadoes.
LOL @ Washington
Idaho, Ohio, and New Hampshire, too.
And Maine is really dumber than Texas? Really?
Don't forget Wisconsin, which I prefer to interpret as "strongest livers," which is a positive quality, no?
Well they eat lots of cheese.
Alaska's the leading state for suicide... nice to see family be part of data. Or led starting the trend.
I see we're fond of all kinds of snow here in the Rockies.
Michigan has the highest unemployment rate, but Oregon has the highest homeless rate. I guess that means Oregon's homeless actually have jobs!
Or that lots of people in Michigan are on welfare.
Massachusetts and surrounding states according to Bostonians.
@Terr_Mys: This one's for you. :
I'd like to open discussion as to how Indiana's most common place is "At home"
What kind of map amateur do you take me for? I saw this map days again when it showed up on my RSS feed for one of several map blogs.
Seriously, though, one of the better US high-speed rail maps I've seen. Too bad it'll never happen, 'cos 'Murica sucks.
Or that temperate climate of the Pacific Northwest is much more amenable to living exposed to the elements than are the bitterly cold, protracted winters of Michigan. So that people who can't secure housing in Michigan head for warmer climes, while those in Oregon have no particular compulsion to do so.
It's my understanding that people on welfare generally have shelter and electricity.