Author: Anna Fleck

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US & China Dominate the Art Market

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April 15 is World Art Day, a day dedicated to promoting the development and enjoyment of art. The following chart looks at the results of public …

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Where Reading is More (& Less) Popular

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It’s National Libraries Week in the United States and to mark it we’re looking at readership patterns around the world. As data from Statista’s Consumer Insights …

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Has Your Birth Order Shaped Your Personality?

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Would you associate certain character traits to being typical of an only child? How about for the eldest or youngest? April 10 is National Siblings Day …

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Airbus Beats Boeing for Deliveries in 2024

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Boeing’s deliveries of commercial aircraft have faltered in the first three months of the year, according to the company’s reports, published yesterday. The U.S. aircraft manufacturer …

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March Was the 10th Hottest Consecutive Month on Record

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March was the 10th hottest consecutive month on record for each respective month of the year, according to new data from the European Union’s Copernicus Climate …

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Lab-Grown Meat Isn’t for Everyone

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Would you eat laboratory-grown meat? This question, posed recently to respondents of Statista’s Consumer Insights survey, seems to divide opinions. Laboratory-grown meat, also known as cultivated …

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Asia’s Richest Billionaires

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According to Forbes’ Real-Time Billionaires List, as of April 2, Mukesh Ambani (66) is the richest man in Asia, with a net worth of $116.1 billion. …

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Lack of Solidarity Within NATO?

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Russia’s invasion of Ukraine is making several countries in Europe reassess their military defenses. Several members of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) have even said …

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The Decline of Christianity in the US

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Christianity is on the decline in the United States. New data from Gallup shows that church attendance has dropped across all polled Christian groups. As the …

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How the Income of India’s Richest 10% Surged

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The inequality gap between the rich and poor is getting bigger in India. According to a new report by the research group, World Inequality Lab, a …

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Where People Are (Un)Happiest With Their Lives

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In 2012, the United Nations proclaimed March 20 as the International Day of Happiness or World Happiness Day, which has been held on this date every …

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Concern Over Food & Water Supply Grows Among Europeans

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Spain’s northeast Catalonia region is currently suffering its worst drought on record. And it’s not just Spain afflicted with this problem: The EU Commission’s Joint Research …

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Who’s Leading the Race to Mine the Deep Sea?

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India has applied to the International Seabed Authority (ISA) for two new licenses to explore parts of the Indian Ocean sea bed for minerals crucial to …

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Down The Drain: Wastewater With The Most Cocaine

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Cocaine use tends to be higher in western and southern European cities, according to the database of the European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction. …

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More Than Half of Migrant Deaths Are From Drowning

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At least 8,565 people died on international migration routes in 2023, according to data from the Missing Migrants Project of the International Organization for Migration (IOM). …

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Air Pollution: A Global Health Threat

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Air pollution is the greatest environmental health hazard to humankind, causing an estimated one in every nine deaths worldwide. That’s according to the World Air Quality …

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Russia Diverts Oil Exports to India & China

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Data from the International Energy Agency (IEA) reveals that the European Union’s embargo on the purchase, import and transfer of Russian crude oil at the end …

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27.6 Million People Are Currently in Forced Labor

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27.6 million people were living under the conditions of forced labor around the world on any given day in 2021, according to data published in a …

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Trust in Boeing Plummets After Safety Incidents

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Boeing’s problems are snowballing: After a panel blowout at the start of the year, the aircraft manufacturer has experienced a trail of safety issues, including loose …

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European countries that let you buy resident status

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There are several ways to obtain the citizenship of a country. As well as simply being born there or being the descendent of one of its …

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This crime will likely skyrocket in the US come 2023

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  According to estimates from Statista’s Cybersecurity Outlook, the global cost of cybercrime is expected to surge in the next five years, rising from $8.44 trillion in …

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These cities have the world’s highest costs of living

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  The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) has recently published its Worldwide Cost of Living Index for 2022. In this edition, New York and Singapore jointly top the rankings …

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This is where price hikes are causing the most holiday stress

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For many, this Christmas will be marked not only by a tentative return to normality as covid-related restrictions have eased up around the world, but also by the …

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2022’s top Christmas gifts for adults

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Christmas can be a stressful time of year, especially when it comes to gifts. A 2021 survey by YouGov found that of their British respondents, the festive season’s …

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The highest-grossing Christmas movies of all time

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The 2018 release of The Grinch is the Christmas-themed movie which won the hearts of most viewers around the globe. With a gross of $512.9 million in just …

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Today’s No. 1 dream job didn’t even exist when Boomers were growing up

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  Becoming an astronaut has seemingly lost some of its glamor, at least in the United States and the United Kingdom, where children are three times …

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The incredible amount invested in space travel over the last decade

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  Private space travel is taking off, with around $265 billion having been invested in space startups since 2014. According to Space Capital, almost half of this …

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More Americans are getting away with murder … literally

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  The share of murders going unsolved is on the rise in the United States, according to the FBI’s Criminal Justice Information Services (CJIS). As our chart shows, 2020 …

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This generation is the most terrified of horror movies

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  Younger audiences watch horror more than older groups, according to Statista’s Global Consumer Survey. You will find more infographics at Statista As our chart shows, of …

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The cars that show up most often in horror movies

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From epic car chases to lone killers in the rearview mirror, cars feature heavily in Hollywood horror movies. But have you ever stopped to think about …