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U.S Census Presents Big Game Facts, Figures

The United States Census Bureau last week released data and a interactive map chock filled with intriguing data points in advance of Today’s Super Bowl LIII  

The competition to crown a new football champion will feature teams hailing from California and Missouri. Did you know that this game also features players from 33 different states, and five countries? The Big Game Census interactive visualization takes a closer look at the players’ place of birth, and gives you access to Census data points for those places. If you have not decided which team you are pulling for this Sunday, maybe you’ll find a connection to your state or your hometown that will help you decide.

You can click on a city or state to begin your Big Game Data adventure.

For example, you can  explore the table and bar chart to learn more about the birthplaces of the players in the big game. Click on the hyperlinks (when available) to be redirected to a data.census.gov site for more information on various geographies. For more guidance, and helpful hints, click on the help icon (the circled question mark) in the top right. 

Did you know there are a total of seven players in today’s game from the Pennsylvania area? That four play for the Kansas City Chiefs? That 49ers Defensive Tackle Julian Taylor was born in Philadelphia, played for Temple before moving on to the NFL? 

Next, you can explore the table and bar chart to learn more about the birthplaces of the players in the big game. Click on the hyperlinks (when available) to be redirected to a data.census.gov site for more information on various geographies. For more guidance, and helpful hints, click on the help icon (the circled question mark) in the top right

Big Game Census Data Super Bowl Players from Pennsylvania Region
Credit: U.S. Census Bureau.

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U.S Census Presents Big Game Facts, Figures

The United States Census Bureau last week released data and a interactive map chock filled with intriguing data points in advance of Today’s Super Bowl LIII  

The competition to crown a new football champion will feature teams hailing from California and Missouri. Did you know that this game also features players from 33 different states, and five countries? The Big Game Census interactive visualization takes a closer look at the players’ place of birth, and gives you access to Census data points for those places. If you have not decided which team you are pulling for this Sunday, maybe you’ll find a connection to your state or your hometown that will help you decide.

You can click on a city or state to begin your Big Game Data adventure.

For example, you can  explore the table and bar chart to learn more about the birthplaces of the players in the big game. Click on the hyperlinks (when available) to be redirected to a data.census.gov site for more information on various geographies. For more guidance, and helpful hints, click on the help icon (the circled question mark) in the top right. 

Did you know there are a total of seven players in today’s game from the Pennsylvania area? That four play for the Kansas City Chiefs? That 49ers Defensive Tackle Julian Taylor was born in Philadelphia, played for Temple before moving on to the NFL? 

Next, you can explore the table and bar chart to learn more about the birthplaces of the players in the big game. Click on the hyperlinks (when available) to be redirected to a data.census.gov site for more information on various geographies. For more guidance, and helpful hints, click on the help icon (the circled question mark) in the top right

Big Game Census Data Super Bowl Players from Pennsylvania Region
Credit: U.S. Census Bureau.

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