17 Maps And Graphs That Accurately Describe The World We Are Living In

November 16, 2016 | 4 Comments » | Topics: Interesting

Sexual Taboo Survey Results


Is Your State’s Highest-Paid Employee A Coach?


College Has Gotten 12 Times More Expensive in One Generation


Largest military budgets in the world, 2015


Most Popular Female Names by State


Half of the US Population


Atheism in Europe


At what age are you in your prime


The most frequent sites of “missed connections” on Craigslist in each region

maps and graphs


Percentage of Americans Who Attend Church Weekly by State


Length of Game vs. Actual Gameplay


Average SAT scores by family income 


At what age do members of the opposite sex look best to men and women 


Percentage of each religious group (in the US) saying the following is “morally acceptable”


The 30 most-viewed YouTube videos


Average age at first sexual encounter around the world


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  • JCA100

    Our main stream media lies to America to further their leftist policies.
    It is unAmerican.

  • jay

    So as government subsidies for college tuition went up, did the cost to send your kids to college go down? No, the colleges just increased their prices so that they collected the government money and families still had to pay the same amount or more. Studying this has led me to form a radical new theory that I am thinking of calling “the law of supply and demand”.

  • jay

    At least part of the reason why the US defense budget is huge is because the US is providing defense for Europe and Japan, thus driving US costs up and these other countries costs down. If you pay 80% of someone else’s expenses, then yeah, your expenses will be a lot higher than his. Funny that the US is still pouring money into NATO, even though the purpose of NATO was to protect western Europe from the Soviet Union, and there is no longer a Soviet Union. So we continue to pay to protect them from a threat that ceased to exist over 20 years ago.

  • The Voice of Reason

    Nah you need to divide the tuition and fees into actual tuition and the cost of textbooks. Let me tell you I never had a problem affording the tuition at a community college, the textbooks though yikes those were an entirely different ballgame. I could spend a couple hundred on 3-4 classes but I would be spending 2 times that if not more on the textbooks alone. Not to mention how fond they are of requiring new textbooks every dam year or two.