Vienna’s electorate had to cast its vote twice at the 2015 elections, for the city council as well as for the city’s 23 district councils.
Last semester I was teaching a new course that deals with data handling, analysis, communication and visualisation to students in urban studies – and apparently it was great.
Increasing secularisation and international migration diversified the religious landscape.
There are simpler things than distinguishing urban and rural populations, but Austria’s new government programme got it completely wrong.
It can be a tough job to present a demographic story, especially when trying to attract the attention of an audience beyond academia.
As the case of Vienna shows, the continuous influx of international migrants during the last decades diversified the populations of many European cities.