Welcome to the updated interactive data access tool for the Worldwide Governance Indicators (WGI).  You can use the tabs below to select different views of the data, as follows:

  • Graph View Tab:  Click on this tab to view the six aggregate WGI measures graphically for a single country.  Then use the selection menus on the right of your screen to choose the country, indicators, and years to view.  Comparator countries or country groups can also be selected.
  • Table View Tab:  Click on this tab to view the six aggregate WGI measures as a data table for a single country.  Then use the selection menus on the right of your screen to choose the country, indicators, and years to view.  Comparator countries can also be selected. In this view you can click on any of the aggregate measures to display a table with the underlying source data on which the aggregate WGI measures are based.
  • Time Series View:  Click on this tab to view the six aggregate WGI measures over time for a single country.  Then use the selection menus on the right of your screen to choose the country and years to view.
  • Time Series Comparison View:  Click on this tab to compare two different indicators/countries over time.  Then use the selection menus on the right of your screen to choose the countries, indicators, and years to compare.
  • Country Data View:  Click on this tab to view all of the WGI source data for a selected country.  Use the menus on the right to choose the country, aggregate WGI indicator, and years for which you want to view the WGI source data.
  • Single Map View:  Click on this tab to view any one of the six aggregate WGI measures as a world map.  Then use the selection menus on the right of your screen to select the indicator and year, and to select one or more countries to highlight.
  • Double Map View:  Click on this tab to view any two of the six aggregate WGI measures on two world maps.  Then use the selection menus on the right of your screen to select the indicator and year, and to select one or more countries to highlight.
     

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