Map created by Alasdair Rae The map above shows which areas of the UK have more Millennials (defined here as those born between 1982-2000) living in them than Baby Boomers (those born between 1945-1964). Surprisingly, Millennials now outnumber Boomers by quite a large margin 16.2 million vs 14.6 million. Yet, because Millennials tend to cluster […]
Here are two random facts that show either how densely populated England is and/or how sparsely populated the entire island of Ireland is.
Created by reddit user eivarXlithuania The mapographic above compares New York State and England (note not the full UK). While the two are almost the same size geographically, their population and economies are quite different. Here’s how they stack up with slightly more exact numbers:
Map created by Visual Capitalist The map above shows which countries gained and lost the most millionaires in 2016. Surprisingly, Australia was the winner with 11,000 millionaires moving down under and France was the big loser shedding 12,000 millionaires.
Map created by reddit user Speech500 The map above shows how the population of various US states compares with certain regions of Europe. For example, Wales has a population of around 3 million people, which is roughly the same as the US state of Utah.