A: The name of a member of Congress, the name of the person who has been elected to a seat in Congress, or a group of members, such as the House or Senate.
B: The number of people who have been elected, including the party and its candidate.
C: The total number of votes cast in the presidential election.
D: The percentage of votes that went to a candidate or political party.
E: The share of the total votes that were cast for or against a political party or candidate.
F: The national average of the percentage of the votes cast for a political candidate, political party, or candidate for office.
G: The average of all the numbers that were reported for each candidate or candidate, excluding undecided voters.
H: The rate of change in the national average over the past 10 years.
I: The percent change in unemployment rate over the last 10 years, for all individuals who are unemployed.
J: The year the unemployment rate was last reported.
K: The state of the nation as of the most recent estimate.
L: The unemployment rate in each state.
M: The statewide unemployment rate for individuals in the country, for those who are working and those who have stopped looking for work.
N: The overall unemployment rate, for the entire country, excluding those in the United States.
O: The proportion of people in each age group that are unemployed, for individuals age 15 and older and for those ages 15 to 64.
P: The median household income, for households in each of the 50 states and the District of Columbia.
Q: The most recent 10-year average of inflation-adjusted real gross domestic product.
R: The current rate of inflation, for each year, expressed in US dollars.