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An interactive world atlas where you decide what is to be displayed on the map. This resources helps to create an understanding for similarities and differences in human societies, as well as how humans influence life on the planet.
"A project of the Annie E. Casey Foundation, KIDS COUNT is the premier source for data on child and family well-being in the United States. Access hundreds of indicators, download data and create reports and graphics on the KIDS COUNT Data Center that support smart decisions about children and families."
The PSID is a longitudinal survey of a representative sample of U.S. individuals and the families in which they reside. It has been ongoing since 1968, and is conducted by faculty at the University of Michigan.
This project focuses on American behaviors and attitudes toward family, community, health, finance, work, and leisure. Reports are created based on original public opinion survey research, and combined with data analysis of social, economic, and demographic factors. Survey questions can be identified by searching the poll databases for Pew Social and Demographic Trends or all Research Center projects.