Tables and Graphs

CRIME, U.S.:



'Statistical tables...' on Google docs


Prisoners per 100,000 of the population, pre- and post- Emancipation (1840-1910), in the states of Georgia, Alabama, Louisiana, Mississippi, Maryland, Kentucky, and Virginia

(original post: Emancipation Provocation)








Data source: U.S. compendia of the Census 1840, 1850187018801890,


Ratio of Black to White Incarceration Rates, U.S., 1926-2010, According to Blank Slatist Theory & Real

(original post for following six graphs: Self-Policing and the Afro-American)





Data sourcesBureau of Justice Statistics and Bureau of the Census reports 1926-198619791984,   1990199520002005,2010.



Incarceration Rates by Race, U.S., 1926-2010, As Predicted by Blank Slatist Theory & Real




Data sourcesBureau of Justice Statistics and Bureau of the Census reports 1926-198619791984,   1990199520002005,2010.


U.S. population versus Prison Population



Data sourcesBureau of Justice Statistics and Bureau of the Census reports 1926-198619791984,   1990199520002005,2010.



Prisoners per 100,000 of the population by race and by region, U.S., 1870-1910

(original post: Why We Profile)












(Data source: U.S. compendia of the Census 187018801890,


Incarceration rates by race, U.S., 2001




(Source: 'Color of Crime')


Incarceration rates by race, U.S., 2013



Immigrant Crime Around the World

(Original post for three next graphs: Why We Profile) 

Australia, immigrant crime:

Canada, immigrant crime:


England, immigrant crime:



(Original post of next eleven graphs: Why We Culturally Profile)


Norway, immigrant crime:




Sweden, immigrant crime:





Denmark, immigrant crime:



Switzerland, immigrant crime:


The U.K., immigrant crime:


France, immigrant crime:



Data source (Paris): DemographicsCrimePopulation density










EDUCATION, U.S.

(Original post for next 19 graphs: Progressives: The New Race Realists)

NAEP 8th grade Math scores by race, 1990-2015






New race realist testing goals: public schools in Virginia, Florida, New Jersey

Data sources: VirginiaFloridaNew Jersey


Math scores by urban district + Spending per pupil + Percentage black students




Percentage of black students in 'heavily minority' schools



Discipline Rates in U.S. schools







SAT scores vs. family income, by race



SAT scores and affirmative action


Medical School and Affirmative Action




Law School and Affirmative Action



Bar exam passage rates: California, New York, Texas

Data sources: CaliforniaNew YorkTexas


Top colleges, Jewish and Black student body


Educational Mismatch and Affirmative Action






College Athlete graduation rates, basketball and football








EDUCATION, WORLD

(Original post for next five graphs: Why Re-Colonization? Future Orientation)

PISA scores around the world






Data sources: Demography, scores

Data sources: Demography, scores


Education and Immigration in Europe

(Original post for next seven graphs: Why We Culturally Profile)

Norway, Denmark, immigrants and eduction:


Sweden, Norway, Denmark, immigrants and education:



England, immigrants and education:



Germany,immigrants and education:



France, immigrants and education:









Welfare Use Around the World


Welfare Use in U.S. by Race


France, Immigrants and Welfare:





'Sensitive Urban Zones' = heavy public housing usage



U.K., Immigrants and Welfare:


Germany, Immigrants and welfare:


Sweden, Immigrants and welfare:






MUSLIM OPINION around the world

(Original post for following 22 graphs: Why We Culturally Profile)

Muslim opinion on role of government

Those who believe Islam playing a large role in politics is good:



Those who favor Sharia law and Religious leaders having influence:



Those who consider themselves a nationality vs. a religion:



Religious leaders should interpret laws vs. Army should overthrow bad government

  • "It is an essential characteristic of democracy that religious authorities ultimately interpret the laws." (WVS) (1-10, where 1 = "not at all essential to democracy," 10 = "essential to democracy"; % Respondents who said "9" or "10" only)
  • "It is an essential characteristic of democracy that the army takes over when the government is incompetent." (WVS) (1-10, where 1 = "not at all essential to democracy," 10 = "essential to democracy"; % Respondents who said "9" or "10" only)

Data source  (click image to enlarge)


Muslim opinion on women

Global Index of Women's Power, table:



Muslims who believe in sex segregation at work:



Muslims who believe a wife must obey her husband, a wife can divorce her husband, women can decide to wear veil, polygamy is moral:



Men are better in Politics vs. Boys deserve University
  • "On the whole, men make better political leaders than women do."  (WVS) (1-4, where 1 = "strongly agree," 4 = "strongly disagree"; % Respondents who said "1" only)
  • "A university education is more important for a boy than for a girl."  (WVS)  (1-4, where 1 = "strongly agree," 4 = "strongly disagree"; % Respondents who said "1" only)
Data source (click image to enlarge)


Men deserve jobs more than women vs. Democracy = equal rights for women

  • "When jobs are scarce, men should have more right to a job than women."  (WVS) (Agree or Disagree; % Respondents who said said "Agree" only)

  • "It is an essential characteristic of democracy that women have the same rights as men." (WVS) (1-10, where 1 = "not at all essential to democracy," 10 = "essential to democracy"; % Respondents who said "9" or "10" only)
Data source (click image to enlarge)


Muslim opinion on morality and religion

Muslims who favor stoning for adultery, whipping/cutting hands for theft, execution for apostasy:


Muslims' opinion on abortion, homosexuality, adultery, alcohol:



Homosexuality is justifiable vs. Divorce is justifiable
  • "Homosexuality can never be justified."  (WVS)  (1-10, where 1 = "never justified," 10 = "always justified"; % Respondents who said "1" or "2" only)
  • "Divorce can never be justified."  (WVS)  (1-10, where 1 = "never justified," 10 = "always justified"; % Respondents who said "1" or "2" only)

Data source (click image to enlarge)


Homosexual neighbors vs. Unmarried couple neighbors
  • "I would not like a homosexual as a neighbor."  (WVS) (Agree or Disagree; % Respondents who said said "Agree" only)
  • "I would not like an unmarried couple as a neighbor."  (WVS) (Agree or Disagree; % Respondents who said said "Agree" only)
Data source (click image to enlarge)



Muslim opinion on religion

Muslim opinion on converting others, importance of Sharia, Islam as the only faith, necessity of believing in God:



Muslim opinion on marrying out of the faith:


Muslim opinion on modernizers and fundamentalists:



Muslim opinion on Christians and Jews:





Teaching Religion to Children vs. Importance of Tradition
  • "An important quality that children be encouraged to learn at home is religious faith."  (WVS) (Agree or Disagree; % Respondents who said said "Agree" only)
  • "Tradition is important to me; to follow the customs handed down by my religion or family."  (WVS)  (1-6, where 1 = "strongly agree," 6 = "strongly disagree"; % Respondents who said "1" only)

Data source (click image to enlarge)



Muslim opinion in France

Muslim and Catholic practicing believers in France:



Mosque and Church attendance in France:



Muslim women in France wearing the veil:




French Muslims and eating pork, drinking alcohol, observing Ramadan:





SOCIETAL TRUST: Familism (clannishness), Corruption, Trust

(Original post for 7 following graphs: Why Re-colonization? Commonweal Orientation)

General trust level
  • "Do you think most people would try to take advantage of you if they got a chance, or would they try to be fair?" (WVS) (1-10 where 1 = "people would take advantage," 10 = "people would try to be fair" -->; Respondents who said "1" only)
  • "How much do you trust people you meet for the first time?" (WVS) (1-4 where 1 = completely, 4 = not at all -->; Respondents who said "4" only)

Data Source (click to enlarge)


Trust vs. Familism
  • "One of my main goals in life has been to make my parents proud." (WVS) (1-4 where 1 = agree strongly, 4 = disagree strongly -->; Respondents who said "1" only)
  • "Do you think most people would try to take advantage of you if they got a chance, or would they try to be fair?" (WVS) (1-10 where 1 = "people would take advantage," 10 = "people would try to be fair" -->; Respondents who said "1" only)

Data Source (click to enlarge)


Corruption vs. Familism
  • Transparency International Survey Perceived Corruption Index (1-10 where 1 = very corrupt, 10 = very clean -->; entire spectrum shown)
  • "One of my main goals in life has been to make my parents proud." (WVS) (1-4 where 1 = agree strongly, 4 = disagree strongly -->; Respondents who said "1" only)

Data source:  Familism, Corruption (click to enlarge)



Corruption vs. Trust

  • Transparency International Survey Perceived Corruption Index (1-10 where 1 = very corrupt, 10 = very clean -->; entire spectrum shown)
  • "How much do you trust people you meet for the first time?" (WVS) (1-4 where 1 = completely, 4 = not at all -->; Respondents who said "4" only)

Data source:  TrustCorruption (click to enlarge)


Cost of crime on businesses vs. Familism
  •  "In your country, to what extent does the incidence of crime and violence impose costs on businesses?"(World Economic Forum survey)  [1 = to a great extent; 7 = not at all] (entire spectrum of 1-7 shown)
  • "One of my main goals in life has been to make my parents proud." (WVS) (1-4 where 1 = agree strongly, 4 = disagree strongly -->; Respondents who said "1" only)

Data source:  Familism, Cost of Crime (click to enlarge)



Infrastucure vs. Familism

  • "How would you assess general infrastructure in your country?" (World Economic Forum survey) [1 = extremely underdeveloped; 7 = extensive and efficient] (entire spectrum of 1-7 shown)
  • "One of my main goals in life has been to make my parents proud." (WVS) (1-4 where 1 = agree strongly, 4 = disagree strongly -->; Respondents who said "1" only)

Data source:  Familism, Infrastructure (click to enlarge)


Electricity Supply vs. Familism

  • "In your country, how would you assess the reliability of the electricity supply (lack of interruptions and fluctuations)?" (World Economic Forum Survey) [1 = not reliable at all; 7 = extremely reliable] (entire spectrum of 1-7 shown)
  • "One of my main goals in life has been to make my parents proud." (1-4 where 1 = agree strongly, 4 = disagree strongly -->; Respondents who said "1" only)

Data source:  Familism, Electricity (click to enlarge)




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1 comment:

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