We've recently discovered two useful visual data services, which allow you to easily compare and contrast UK regions and constituencies on a number of issues in the run-up to the General Election.
Constituency Explorer was launched this month and is a joint project by the House of Commons Library and Durham University and focuses on stats relating to age, ethnicity, employment, education, and the 2010 General Election results, amongst others.
Meanwhile the Office for National Statistics (ONS) has created an interactive guide where constituencies are presented as hexagons 'making it simpler to see patterns' on house prices, salary, age, health, employed in the public sector etc.
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