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Wealth

The essential data about wealth explained in 15 infographics. Detailed charts and tables covering wealth & inequality, percentage of wealth held by richest and poorest americans, revenue, debt, inequality, and co2 emissions of the most powerful countries and corporations, earth: a graphic look at the state of the world and more. Learn the truth about wealth and how it relates to the state of the world on The Global Education Project website with un-biased facts from the most reliable sources.
Wealth & Inequality
Wealth is more concentrated, and the gap between rich and poor continues to widen. In this section: a comparison of the world's largest corporations and the most powerful countries; distribution of wealth; income inequality; prison incarceration rates;...
Percentage of Wealth Held by Richest and Poorest Americans
Revenue, Debt, Inequality, and CO2 Emissions of the most Powerful Countries and Corporations The above chart compares the world's largest trans-national corporations with the wealthiest countries and nuclear powers: Revenue, Debt, Wealth Inequality, and CO2 Emissions.
A concise and comprehensive overview of the state of the planet and humanity. Earth's ecological and human systems are in a state of severe crisis. Although there is a wealth of information available about the state of the planet, much of it is fragmented...
American Household Income Distribution
Net Worth of American Households
The Wealthiest Americans
GDP per Capita
Net Worth of Known Billionaires In 2021, the number of billionaires on Forbes’ annual list of the world’s wealthiest rose to 2,755—660 more than a year ago. Total worth is $13.1 trillion, up from $8 trillion on the 2020 list.
Prison Incarceration Rates
Prison Population and Race in the US Chart data does not include the 746,000 prisoners held in local jails. 74% of those in local jails have not been convicted of any crime—the majority of whom are being held because of the inability to raise bail. Others not included are those held in...
People Killed by Police in the US In 2018 in the United States, 996 people were killed by police, including: 399 White people, 209 Black people and 148 Hispanic people. In 2019, 1,004 were killed by police including: 370 White people, 235 Black people, and 158 Hispanic people. As of...
Racial Share of People Killed by Police in the US
Total Debt Service
External Debt of Low and Middle Income Countries


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