Report captures Isle of Man in numbers
A comprehensive data report on diverse aspects of Island public life offers a unique picture of the nation's current economic, social and environmental state.
That's according to the Cabinet Office which says Isle of Man in Numbers 2017 provides the most recent statistics available in areas from housing and health to companies and climate.
The report spans the economy, crime, salaries, property prices culture, tourism, fuel consumption, car ownership, exam results - and much more.
The information's been drawn from across government, with demographic data taken from the recent census.
It's been compiled by the Economic Affairs Division whose head Adam Smith says with no interpretation offered, the figures are a neutral starting point for further analysis: