Posts tagged chart

From theeconomist:

Daily chart: the age of man. In 2011, the average person was just under 32. By the end of this century the average person will be a little over 42 and newborns can expect to live to 81.

The chart also suggests that the world’s population growth is starting to slow down. And the world’s population may stabilize at around 10 billion. Interesting.

From theeconomist:

Daily chart: the age of man. In 2011, the average person was just under 32. By the end of this century the average person will be a little over 42 and newborns can expect to live to 81.

The chart also suggests that the world’s population growth is starting to slow down. And the world’s population may stabilize at around 10 billion. Interesting.

Economist Daily chart: which governments take the biggest chunk from a $100,000 salary? Belgium’s government grabs the highest share from earnings of $100,000, at almost 48%. Between 2003 and 2009, the highest tax rates on personal income declined. But last year they increased by 0.4% as governments sought to reduce deficits.

Economist Daily chart: which governments take the biggest chunk from a $100,000 salary? Belgium’s government grabs the highest share from earnings of $100,000, at almost 48%. Between 2003 and 2009, the highest tax rates on personal income declined. But last year they increased by 0.4% as governments sought to reduce deficits.

Economist Daily chart: democracy and equality. There is a strong relationship between the strength of a country’s democracy and the level of inequality between sexes. But a few countries buck that trend.

Economist Daily chart: democracy and equality. There is a strong relationship between the strength of a country’s democracy and the level of inequality between sexes. But a few countries buck that trend.

theeconomist:

Daily chart: the death penalty. In recent years the number of executions and of death sentences in America have both fallen sharply. Yet the lag between sentencing and execution is getting longer. And killing a white person still seems disproportionately likely to lead to a death sentence.

theeconomist:

Daily chart: the death penalty. In recent years the number of executions and of death sentences in America have both fallen sharply. Yet the lag between sentencing and execution is getting longer. And killing a white person still seems disproportionately likely to lead to a death sentence.

From theeconomist:

Daily chart: newborn deaths. The number of deaths among babies is declining. In 2009 3.3m children died before they were four weeks old, down from 4.6m in 1990. Yet if current trends continue, neonatal mortality rates in Africa will still not reach the rich world’s levels until 2166.

From theeconomist:

Daily chart: newborn deaths. The number of deaths among babies is declining. In 2009 3.3m children died before they were four weeks old, down from 4.6m in 1990. Yet if current trends continue, neonatal mortality rates in Africa will still not reach the rich world’s levels until 2166.