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Divorce Rates Increased by over 10 Percent in the United States Between 2009 and 2015

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Divorce rates have been on the rise over recent years in the United States. From 2009 to 2015, the number of divorced males increased by 11.3 percent while the number of divorced females increased by 12 percent.  Pansop used data collected from the United States Census Bureau to produce ...

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Women Earned 35% Less Than Men in 2016​​

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In 2016 males earned $12,397 more than females.  The gap in pay is a result of the comparison of median income between men and women in the United States. Women overall had a median income of $23,041 while men earned $35,438.  Such a difference in pay means that women made 65 percent of what men earned that year.

The study was conducted by Pansop with data collected from the U.S. Census Bureau. The numbers represent the median income for individual males and females in the U.S aged 15 and up.  In this study, the gender ...

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21-37 Percent of Consumers Consider Self-Driving Technology to be a Relevant Factor Towards their Next Car Purchase

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Data from a recent study on the present state of the automotive industry found that 21-37 percent of car owners regard self-driving car technology as an important feature to consider towards their next car purchase. Pansop conducted this study using U.S. consumer survey data to show the importance of self-driving features. In the survey, people expressed the importance of features such as lane assist, self-parking, and self-driving on the highway as factors to consider towards to their next car purchase.

In consideration of the current state of the automotive industry, having 21-37 percent of consumers rate self-driving technology as ...

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