IndexMundi Global Surveys

We are very excited to announce that the results of the surveys we have been running on the site are now available in our new Global Surveys section. We started by asking our visitors the following questions:

  • How big of a problem is police corruption in the country where you live?
  • How big of a problem is corruption in the justice system in the country where you live?
  • How big of a problem is government corruption in the country where you live?
  • How big of a problem is drug-related crime in the country where you live?
  • How big of a problem is violence against women in the country where you live?
  • How big of a problem is air pollution in the country where you live?
  • How big of a problem is discrimination against women in the workplace in the country where you live?
  • How big of a problem is racial discrimination in the country where you live?
  • How big of a problem is religious discrimination in the country where you live?
  • How big of a problem is lack of access to quality health care in the country where you live?
  • How big of a problem is lack of access to quality primary and secondary public education in the country where you live?

The answers we received have given us a new understanding about the perceptions that ordinary citizens have regarding some of the most pressing problems of our time.

IndexMundi Sponsors School Science Fair in Charlotte, North Carolina

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We are very happy to announce that IndexMundi is a proud sponsor of the 2014 Metrolina Regional Scholars Academy Science Fair.

For details, please read the press release: Empowered Benefits Scholars Academy Science Fair – Tuesday, January 21st

 

Compare States

We launched today a new state comparison section which allows you to get high-level side by side comparisons of any two states in the United States of America. The data behind the comparisons comes from the United States Census Bureau. Here are some examples of popular comparisons:

Country Comparisons

We launched today a new country comparison section which allows you to get high-level side by side comparisons of any two countries. The data behind the comparisons comes from the World Factbook published by the US Central Intelligence Agency. Here are some examples of popular comparisons:

Note that you can compare countries for all the indicators/variables we have, or for subsets grouped by topic. Topics include economy, demographics, government, military, telecommunications, etc.

United Kingdom Facts

United Kingdom Facts

We just launched a new section with facts about the United Kingdom, its countries, and regions. We started with basic population indicators; we’ll be adding additional indicators over the coming weeks. Click on the following links to explore the thematic maps, ranking charts, and data tables we have so far:

Colombian Coal

We recently added Colombian coal to the list of commodities that we track in our commodities section. You can now analyze the average monthly price of Colombian coal for the past 30 years, as seen in the graph below.

Coal, Colombia - Monthly Price - Commodity Prices - Price Charts, Data, and News - IndexMundi

In addition to monthly price data, we also have production, consumption, exports, and imports of Colombian coal in terms of quantity, and value in dollars of Colombian coal exports and imports.

Animated Map Visualizations

You can now explore 11 years worth of changes in the demographic characteristics of all U.S. counties through our animated map visualizations. Try the following indicators: