FACTOID # 1: The total number of state executions in 2005 was 60: 19 in Texas and 41 elsewhere. The racial split was 19 Black and 41 White.
 
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Jonathan Michael Lloyd (USA)
31st January 2009
Your government statistics lack the most important: cost. I've been searching your site (and others) and I cannot find out what the cost of state governments are, either separately as cost of gov. per state or in comparison. I suspect that is because no one wants us to know (at least here in the fiscally challenged state of NY).
Amber Haley (Napverville Illinois)
17th September 2008
Could you please describe to me the whole process of how the hill method works with the government and choosing the house of representatives.
Jennifer (Germany)
16th September 2007
I don't understand why you can claim to be a reliable source of "statistics" when many of the sources are Wikipedia.
James Cook (Ohio)
28th November 2006
Your website is doing a good job, but you should put youth voter statistics in Ohio for the '96 Presidential election.
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