This chart shows the median view across EU nations on the world's leading economic power.
This chart shows European Union labour costs per hour in 2013, whole economy.
This chart shows how the world's wealth is shared amongst its population, by income group.
This chart shows the economic performance of US metropolitan areas compared with closest equivalent nations.
This chart shows the top cities/countries for international students in the United States.
This chart shows the top spending countries during visits to the UK for at least one night in 2013.
This chart shows the percentage of respondents saying that “married people having an affair is morally unacceptable”.
This chart shows the share of foreigners of the total population in EU countries in 2012.
This chart shows new car registrations in the UK in July 2012 and July 2013.
This chart shows that high percentages in Europe remained skeptical about their future in 2012.
This chart shows public sentiment on economic affairs in Japan.
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