Social Cohesion and Reconciliation Index
The illustration above is called a heat map. The heat map scores range from 0 to 10 and are based on the findings from the data source you selected. Each score indicates the level of a particular issue on a scale of 0 to 10, where 0 and 10 represent polar opposites in relation to the indicator illustrated on the heat map. In other words, if the score is 0, the phenomena the indicator is measuring is not observed at all, and if the score is 10, the phenomena the indicator is measuring is prevalent and strong. Differences higher than 0.5 points are considered statistically significant. Each indicator is measured with multiple questionnaire items, which are then worked together to form a scale. You can find out more about how the scores are calculated under the methodology section.
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The visualization below allows for comparing different demographic groups such as gender and age.