Half of young British people don't identify as straight
1 in 2 young people in the UK are not 100% heterosexual.
Shutterstock created a chart documenting 'Star Wars' impact on film and television
The collaborators looked at elements in the Star Wars Universe to see where characters like Princess Leia, Chewbacca and C-3PO would find their spiritual descendants.
This map shows Manhattan's lack of affordable neighborhoods
While Manhattan's average residence is more expensive than it's ever been, some neighborhoods are getting cheaper with time.
Role reversal: Chinese textile producers are outsourcing manufacturing to US
Worker's wages are still higher in the US than they are in China, but in the US, Chinese companies benefit from subsidized cotton, tax breaks, and cheaper energy.
More rich, educated people drink booze
More wealthy and educated Americans drink alcohol than do Americans with less money and less education, according to a recent poll.
Americans perceive race relations as worse now than after Obama's election
When asked whether they believe if race relations are generally bad, six out of ten respondents said yes, and four out of ten believe they are getting worse.
Teen pregnancy is at an all-time low in the United States, but still higher than in other countries
A body of new research indicates that teen pregnancy rates are significantly lower than previously studied generations.
How much is a beer at every Major League Baseball Stadium in 2015?
Boy, Red Sox fans have it the worst.
The war on drugs accounts for 89% of US government wiretaps
Out of 3,554 wiretaps in the United States in 2014, a full 89% were for narcotics cases.
Most UK students are too optimistic about finding a job and will be sorely disappointed, study finds
Over half of UK college graduates are currently working in a job that they believe does not even require a degree.
Pornhub reveals millenials finish the fastest, search for hentai more, and are horniest on Mondays
Pornhub collects the best data ever, and this time, they've published a study on the habits of millenials. That's right, you (most likely.)
Dad bod, deconstructed
A chart showing six different male bodies with the same BMI illustrates how misleading the Body Weight Index can be.
Mentally ill victims of deadly police shootings
This year in the US, police have shot and killed 123 people in the midst of a mental or emotional crises.
It now takes twice as much time to get hired if you are unemployed
It’s true, it’s not just you, so maybe your mom or your roommate can just chill.
You are more likely to be killed by hornets than sharks this summer
According to this chart, dogs, hornets and bees are much more likely to kill you this summer than sharks or bears.
Asia just beat Europe in private wealth for 2014
The Boston Consulting Group has just revealed that the Asia-Pacific region has officially topped Europe in wealth for the year 2014.
Here are the most popular cars in hip-hop
Ever wondered what the most popular ride in hip-hop is? Wonder no more. You can thank MC Big Data for running the numbers.
US and UK DGAF about climate change, YOLO?
A YouGov survey 15 countries across four countries were canvassed about their attitudes regarding climate change.
What the richest 1% make in 25 different countries
Where do the richest of the rich live? Apparently Switzerland and Australia.
Check out humanity's daily media consumption habits
How many hours a day do we watch tv? How many hours a day do we browse the internet (for... streaming tv)?
Qatar World Cup death toll is staggering
This chart compares the number of deaths of construction workers involved in the last four Olympics and two World Cups to the staggering and ongoing death toll in Qatar.
Spotify says having kids ages your taste in music
Data from Spotify confirms that the older you get, the less "with it" you are. Having a child roughly ages your listening habits by about four years.