Tuesday, May 5, 2015
By Jamie Stern
The Indo community is making great progress in geographically mapping our population! So far, through The Worldwide Indo Challenge , The Indo Project has heard from 728 Indos. Check out our interactive map to see where Indo populations are being located. Each point on the map represents a location from where one or more Indos have responded. Geographical data from the 2012 Indo Survey (click to view official report) was also added to the interactive map. Those points are identifiable by the blue diamonds that populate the US. You can turn off that layer by clicking on it and unchecking the box. Turn it on and off to see differences in the US data. There are a few states that we heard from in 2012 but have yet to hear from for the Worldwide Indo Challenge. Can you spot those states?
April Results: The Netherlands is our April Challenge winner!
- 60% of responses came from the Netherlands in the month of April
- 29% of responses came from the United States in the month of April
- 6% of responses came from Canada in the month of April
- 5% of responses came from other locations worldwide.
It looks like the Netherlands is in the lead this month! What will May look like? Challenge your friends to take The Worldwide Indo Challenge and remember to check back here next month to see how much the map has grown! You are such an important part of the research; thank you for spreading the word, and for your continued support and effort in this huge worldwide project.
March Results: The US was in the lead!
- 64% of responses came from the United States in the month of March.
- 27% of responses came from the Netherlands in the month of March.
- 3.7% of responses came from Canada in the month of March.
- 3.5% of responses came from Australia in the month of March.
- 1.8%: This remaining amount came from 1-2 Indos in Afghanistan, Armenia, Aruba, Belgium, Colombia, Curacao, France, Israel, New Zealand, Norway, Singapore, Spain, Suriname, and England.
View the March maps below: