The map above is the companion to England’s North/South Divide Based Only On Population, expect this time splitting the England and Wales East/West rather than North/South based on 2021 census numbers on official county borders.
The map above show’s England’s North South divide based solely on where 50% of the population live based on the 2021 census using official county border.
The blue areas has 50.25% of the population or 28.3 million people and the red areas have 49.75% of the population or 28.1 million people.
The 19 maps below were all created by AI image tool Midjourney. I asked it to create a world map in the style of each artist and here’s what it came up with:
1. Gustav Klimt
The map above shows the location and relative severity of each of the mass shooting incidents in the US between 2009 and 28 March 2023.
A mass shooting is defined as any incident in which four or more people are shot and killed.
Since 2009, there have been 306 mass shootings, resulting in 1,710 people shot and killed and 1,087 people shot and wounded.
Leave your thoughts below:
The map above shows the number of prisoners in each country around the world per 100,000 people. The data comes from The thirteenth edition of the World Prison Population List for October 2021.
The United States is the outlier at the high-end with 629 prisoners per 100,000 people or 0.629% of Americans are in prison t any given moment. At the other extreme is San Marino which has 0 prisoners per 100,000 people.
The map above doesn’t actually seem to use the latest data available which is as follows:
The map above shows the estimated share of the black population of each European country in 2020. However, the data is not without it’s controversies. Here’s how the results were arrived at:
Estimation Methods Countries with ethnic census (Russia, Ukraine, UK, Ireland) make it straight forwards by merely providing a direct percentage. Another set of countries provide a “migration background” estimate which classifies persons with even one sub-Saharan born grandparent as having “migrant background”, this also provides a near exact ethnic estimate (Germany, Scandinavia, Netherlands, Austria and some Eastern European states).
Now, using the “exact” proportion of sub-Saharan and Caribbean (in the case of Netherlands/UK) descended
blacks to “country of birth” sub-Saharan migrants in the aforementioned countries, we are able to extrapolate a percentage to their neighbours (Italy, Spain, France, Belgium, Portugal, Poland, Czechia, and Hungary) based on the Number of Sub-Saharan born individuals in these respective countries.
This provides a near exact estimate with minimal margin of error of the black population in said countries which only have data on individuals who are foreign born or have foreign citizenship.
Sources for the data: Sources and latest available data: UK Census (2011), destatis.de (2019), Eurostat (2019), Russian Registrar (2019), dmsu.gov.ua (2019), scb.se (2019), Irish Census (2016), demo.istat.it (2019), opendata.cbs.nl (2019), ssb.no (2019), statbank.dk (2020), stat.fi (2019), migracje.gov.pl (2018) and ine.es (2019).
Find this map interesting? Please share it using one the sites below:
The map above shows what percentage of people in each EU member state think that the EU has benefited their country. As Landgesit explains:
The exact question in the survey was: “Taking everything into account, would you say that (OUR COUNTRY) has on balance benefited or not from being a member of the EU?”. People could answer this question with “Benefited”, “Not benefited” or “Don’t know”.