Google Will Start Surfacing Stats and Charts from Data Commons Project in the SERPshttps://blog.google
Google is cramming in more info in the SERPs so users won’t have to click through to other sources, now they can start surfacing statistical data from U.S. Census, Bureau of Labor Statistics, World Bank and many others through the Data Commons Project in the SERPs.
Now when you ask a question like “how many people work in Chicago ,” they use natural language processing to map your search to one specific set of the billions of data points in Data Commons to provide the right stat in a visual, easy to understand format. You’ll also find other relevant data points and context—like stats for other cities—to help you easily explore the topic in more depth.
Do you see any organic results in that search result page screenshot?