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Small Area Estimation Visualization Tool for the New York City Housing Vacancy Survey
See full infographic and project: Injury and Violence Prevention Links to Clinical Care and Public Health Connectivity
Learn more at: The Opioid Misuse Community Assessment Tool
Learn more at: What's my social media age?
*Rates are comparable within each demographic category (e.g. Female to Male within Gender), but not across categories (e.g. Female to Republican). Number of respondents range from 430 (2004) to 896 (2006). Data are weighted. We did not control for current employment due to sample size. Explore more trends at: https://gssdataexplorer.norc.org/trends
See survey: The Zika Virus: Americans’ Awareness and Opinions of the U.S. Response
Learn more at: The Appalachian Overdose Mapping Tool
See Project: Partisanship and the Media: How Personal Politics Affect Where People Go, What They Trust, and Whether They Pay
*The interactive includes 100 blue circles (Democrat), 100 red circles (Republican), and 100 white circles (independent). Once dots are sorted into Yes or No category, their position is random. Distribution of respondents by Political Identification: 35% Democrat, 24% Republican, 41% independent.
See Project: American Teens Are Taking Breaks from Social Media; Some Step Back Deliberately, but Other Breaks Are Involuntary