To determine the best Halloween movies according to fans, 24/7 Tempo developed an index based on audience reception using data from the Internet Movie Database and Rotten Tomatoes. The index consists of each film’s average IMDb user rating and Rotten Tomatoes audience score, each measure weighted equally. (Hristina Byrnes and Evan Comen, 24/7 Wall St.)
Stacker used online resources from the National Institutes of Health (NIH), the National Conference of State Legislatures (NCSL), the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and Cornell Law School to put together a timeline of important events in the history of vaccines and vaccine mandates in the U.S. Visit thestacker.com for similar lists and stories.
24/7 Tempo compiled the 30 oldest structures in the world by consulting a number of sources, including Archaeology, World Archaeology, Archaeology News Network, Interesting Engineering, Building Talk, Oldest, Realm of History, The Culture Trip, Reader’s Digest, All That Is Interesting, and Smithsonian Magazine.
To determine the biggest summer movie releases of all time, 24/7 Tempo reviewed data on domestic and worldwide ticket sales from The Numbers, an online movie database owned by the consulting firm Nash Information Services. Films are ranked on lifetime domestic box office receipts. Ticket sales figures are not adjusted for inflation. For similar lists visit 24/7 Wall St. .
To identify the most educated countries in the world, 24/7 Wall St. reviewed data from the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development.
To determine the most threatened animals in every state, 24/7 Tempo reviewed the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service’s Environmental Conservation Online System to find two animals listed as “endangered” that are native to each state.
To identify the best cities to live in, 24/7 Wall St. used data from the Census Bureau, FBI and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to create a weighted index of 25 measures across four categories: affordability, economy, quality of life and community.
To identify the best college towns in America, 24/7 Wall St. reviewed U.S. Census Bureau data. We considered cities with at least 30,000 residents and where at least 25% of the population are enrolled in college. For similar lists visit 24/7 Wall St. .
To identify the most popular girls’ names unique to every state, 24/7 Tempo calculated a metric called the location quotient using name frequency data by year and by state from the Social Security Administration (SSA), considering only names with 10 or more entries. For similar lists visit 24/7 Wall St. .
To determine the 50 best school districts in America, 24/7 Wall St. reviewed the 2022 Best School Districts in America ranking from Niche, a platform for education data.
Take a look at which states U.S. Census data show are the most diverse. The Diversity Index (DI) measures the probability that two people picked at random will be of different racial or ethnic backgrounds. A DI close to 0 indicates people share the same heritage, while a number closer to 1 indicates a higher level of diversity. DIs have been converted into percentages.
To determine the household items whose prices are soaring, 24/7 Wall St. reviewed the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics to find the items with the largest percentage price increase since July 2020. Some miscellaneous and overlapping items were excluded.
To identify the happiest cities in America, according to residents, 24/7 Tempo reviewed the happiness score of all 383 metro areas in the U.S. from digital health company Sharecare’s Community Well-Being Index.
FBI data is the best available record of U.S. gun sales. Since 1999, the first full year for which the FBI collected data, gun sales have risen annually. In 1999, 9,183,123 sales were recorded. Last year, the figure reached 39,695,315 — up from 28,369,750 in 2019. In addition, gun sales through the first eight months of 2021 totaled 27,841,219, compared to 26,756,487 in the same period last year. Keep reading to find out which state had the highest gun sales in 2021. For similar lists visit 24/7 Wall St. .
24/7 Tempo has identified 30 films that audiences love but critics hate. We created an index based on the disparity between audience and critic ratings based on reviews on Rotten Tomatoes and the Internet Movie Database.
To determine the movies that critics audiences love but audiences critics hate, 24/7 Tempo reviewed data on audience and critic ratings from Internet Movie Database and Rotten Tomatoes. Films were ranked based on the difference between a film’s Tomatometer score — the percentage of professional critic reviews on Rotten Tomatoes that are positive — and the weighted average of audience ratings on IMDb and Rotten Tomatoes. (Hristina Byrnes and Grant Suneson, 24/7 Wall St)