The US, interactively

by | Aug 7, 2008 | Geek, Interesting site

I’m a sucker for data, and today I saw an interesting interactive map of the US on the MSNBC news website that lets you view data such as age of population, education, wealth/poverty levels, etc by state. Even cooler, you can zoom into each state and look county by county, and even by congressional district. For example, our area, the Research Triangle between Chapel Hill, Durham, and Raleigh, has one of the highest densities of college degrees in the country. Cool :)

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