Americans Lost Hundreds of Millions to Online Scams in 2014

Americans Lost Hundreds of Millions to Online Scams in 2014

This graphic charts the financial losses suffered by victims of Internet crimes in the United States in 2014.

College Majors: The Highest Starting Wages

College Majors: The Highest Starting Wages

This chart shows median annual wages of college-educated workers by major group.

9 in 10 Americans Multitask While Watching TV

9 in 10 Americans Multitask While Watching TV

This chart illustrates which activities Americans typically engage in while watching TV.

Hispanic Media Ad Spend Outperfoms English Ad Market 20 to 1

Hispanic Media Ad Spend Outperfoms English Ad Market 20 to 1

This chart illustrates the growth of advertising spending in hispanic targeted media since 2010.

Poll Reveals Generational Gap in Media Preferences

Poll Reveals Generational Gap in Media Preferences

This chart illustrates the different media preferences of different generations in the United States.

Most News Websites Are Now Mobile First

Most News Websites Are Now Mobile First

This chart shows the total number of unique U.S. visitors in January 2015 (in millions).

Hillary Clinton's Campaign Logo Is Widely Disliked

Hillary Clinton's Campaign Logo Is Widely Disliked

This chart shows the percentage who like/dislike presidential campaign logos, regardless of whether they like the candidate.

Chelsea most abused by trolls on social media

Chelsea most abused by trolls on social media

This chart shows the number and type of abusive online posts recieved by Premier League teams this season.

TV Producers Lose Billions to Piracy

TV Producers Lose Billions to Piracy

This chart ranks the most-pirated TV shows of 2014 in terms of estimated economic losses suffered by the shows' producers.

Should your Facebook page be deleted after you die?

Should your Facebook page be deleted after you die?

This chart shows the percentage of people in the UK giving their thoughts on what should happen to their Facebook page after they die.

1 in 4 Teens Are Online Almost Constantly

1 in 4 Teens Are Online Almost Constantly

This chart illustrates the frequency with which American teenagers use the internet.

ISIS Is Expanding Its Reach On Twitter

ISIS Is Expanding Its Reach On Twitter

This chart shows pro-ISIS Twitter accounts created by year.

The Generation Gap in Music Streaming Adoption

The Generation Gap in Music Streaming Adoption

This chart illustrates the differences in the adoption of music streaming services between different age groups in the United States.

Americans Use Electronic Media 11+ Hours A Day

Americans Use Electronic Media 11+ Hours A Day

This chart illustrates how much time American adults spend using electronic media per day.

New York Is The World's Media Capital

New York Is The World's Media Capital

This chart shows the ten cities with the largest entertainment and media sectors worldwide.

Young Americans Haven't Abandoned Facebook (Yet)

Young Americans Haven't Abandoned Facebook (Yet)

This chart shows which social networking services Americans aged 12-24 use.

Smartphone Shoppers Rarely Close the Deal

Smartphone Shoppers Rarely Close the Deal

This chart compares conversion rates of online shoppers across different devices and platforms.

Informed Public Trusts NGOs Over Media & Government

Informed Public Trusts NGOs Over Media & Government

This chart shows the results of the 2015 Edelman Trust Barometer, which gauges the level of trust in different types of institutions around the world.

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