The map below shows the number of operations that South Carolina shares with each state (excluding itself). Income inequality in South Carolina (as measured by the Gini Index) is 0.462, lower than the national average. The graphic below shows how South Carolina's outbound domestic trade is expected to change compared to its neighboring states. The following graphic shows senators elected in South Carolina over time, excluding special elections, colored according to their political party.
The following graphic shows the share of these products in relation to all outgoing South Carolina products. This chart shows the number of workers in South Carolina in various wage groups compared to the national average. In other words, wages are more evenly distributed in South Carolina compared to the national average. This chart shows weekly unemployment insurance claims in South Carolina (unseasonally adjusted) compared to the four states with the most similar impact.
This graphic presents movement trends over time in the state of South Carolina in different categories of places, such as retail and recreational stores, supermarkets and pharmacies, parks, transportation stations, workplaces and residential places. The largest universities in Columbia, South Carolina, by number of degrees awarded are the University of South Carolina—Columbia (9,815 and 84.9%), Columbia College (21,793 (387 and 3.35%) and Columbia International University (381 and 3.3%).