Map & Data Resources

By Craig Gurian | Civil rights, Housing, Race
Remapping Debate's analysis of the latest information from recently-released 5-year American Community Survey highlights a nation where "pockets of segregation" are everywhere to be found. More
By Timothy Martinez, By Althea Webber | Open government
Remapping Debate and the Center for Responsive Politics team up to find out. New tool tracks connections of power and influence. Now with Mar. 16 updates. More
By Mike Alberti, By Craig Gurian | Gender equity
Remapping Debate's analysis of latest information from just-released American Community Survey shows many gaps still not overcome. More
By Mike Alberti | Income inequality
Social Security Administration's "net compensation" data allows for examination of wage income as high as the "$50 million and up" category. Data viz covers 1997 through 2009 and reflects stark inequalities in average income and in each income band's percentage of total wages compared to that income band's percentage of total workers. More
By Mike Alberti, By Lori Bikson | Health care, Income inequality
They certainly make much more money, and the gap has been growing over time. More
By Mike Alberti | Income inequality
American Community Survey data released this month show median household earnings of non-Latino Whites at least 50 percent higher than that of African Americans in 31 of the 34 U.S. cities with populations of 500,000 or more. More
By Mike Alberti | Income inequality
American Community Survey data released this month show White, non-Latino household earnings at least 50 percent higher than that of African-Americans in 40 states. More
By Mike Alberti | Environment, Taxes
A simple adjustment to account for inflation demonstrates that, in real terms, gas tax rates are mostly down, in many cases by more than 20 percent since 1988. More

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