2020 is coming to an end, and it’s a perfect time to make conclusions and analyze how this year affected different areas of our lives. Today we’re going to start a series of posts about COVID-19 impact on retail, on our spending habits and will make some assumptions about 2021 too.
In this first part, we would like to cover some areas like countries’ investments in vaccine development, credit card spendings in the US, and job postings throughout the year.
Tomorrow is the most important day of the year for the United States. Here at Narrative BI, we decided to analyze tons of open-source data to give you a perspective on the 2020 elections, how the 2016 elections experience can help us predict results, and what motivates people to vote in 2020. Let’s find out!
Data comes from the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC), Johns Hopkins, and other institutions and maintained by Our World in Data.