Datablog News & Analysis

Concussions Are on the Rise for these Popular Sports

We analyzed data on sports-related concussions using emergency room injury data from 1998 through 2017, provided by the Consumer Product... Read More

When Do People Start Caring About the Lottery?

Millions of lottery tickets are purchased every month by American hopefuls waiting for that golden ticket to finally cross their path. For... Read More

The Most Dangerous Highways in the US

We ranked the fifty most dangerous highways in the U.S. using data from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration's Fatality... Read More

Violations for Illegal Airbnb Rentals Are on the Rise in New York

Violations being issued for illegal Airbnb rentals in New York City (NYC) have been on the rise in recent months. These illegal short-term... Read More

Where is the Gender Pay Gap Shrinking the Fastest?

We took a look at median earnings data, provided by the U.S. Census Bureau's American Community Survey, for men and women working full-time... Read More

Most Cost-Effective College Baseball Programs

To determine which colleges have the most cost-effective baseball programs, we analyzed the average RPI—rating percentage index, which... Read More

Fourth of July: Who Uses the Most Fireworks in the US?

Fireworks displays are a Fourth of July tradition and it would be difficult to imagine the holiday without them. We took a look at US trade... Read More

What Are the Most Common Product Injuries in Summer?

To identify the most common product-related summer injuries, we looked at emergency room injury data from 1998 through 2017, provided by... Read More

States That Could Be Hurt the Most by a Trade War with China

We looked at the top exports to China by state from last year in order to help pinpoint which states and industries stand to lose the most... Read More