NAVA New American City Flags Survey Results Visualization

A few days ago, the North American Vexillological Association (NAVA) released results from their New (since 2015) American City Flags Survey to media in the 312 cities who had flags in the survey. They also released the results to select other media outlets they have relationships with for decades. Supporting this news release was a data visualization I did to show the full results in an interactive way, including images of the flags discussed.

NAVA New American City Flags Survey Results Viz

This is the basic version for media consumption, with only overall results. A much more detailed analysis, including respondent demographics comparison, for potential ideas to do follow research on will follow soon.

I was delighted to be involved in this release by NAVA. Media and other flag enthusiasts around the world are only starting to produce content for it, from stories to podcasts and videos. I can’t wait to see everything that will come out! The last time NAVA did this, it was a big deal in the media… and social media wasn’t even around then to spread the word!

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