- Democracy and rights > Freedom of the press: Compares countries by freedom of the press. The lower the score, the more free the press of that country is. The scores are taken from the Freedom of the Press Index, elaborated by Freedom House, self-defined as "an independent watchdog organization dedicated to the expansion of freedom around the world". The data used in the index come from an annual survey of media independence in 197 countries and territories, assessing the degree of print, broadcast, and internet freedom in each of them.
- Democracy and rights > Press freedom index: Compares countries by their degree of government censorship, according to the Press freedom index. This index, created by the non-governmental organization Reporters without borders (RWS), is ellaborated using data from an extensive annual survey sent to professional reporters throughout the world. The survey contains questions about the type and ownership of media present in the country, freedom of speech, violence exerted against reporters, election campaigns, access of political parties to the media, etc.
- Leaders > President: Government > Leaders > President
- Parliament > Seats held by men: Number of seats held by men in country's naitonal parliament or legislative houses.
- Parliament > Seats held by women: Number of seats held by women in country's parliament or legislative houses.
- Parliament > Seats held by women > Percentage: Percentage of seats held by women in country's national parliament or legislative houses.
- Politics: Country politics.
SOURCES: "2012 Freedom of the Press Data" , Freedom House, 1 May 2012; Wikipedia: Censorship by country (Censorship by country) ("Press Freedom Index 2013" , Reporters Without Borders, 30 January 2013); British Broadcasting Corporation 2014; United Nations Statistics Division. Source tables; United Nations Statistics Division. Source tables; United Nations Statistics Division