For instance, although Ashley Madison might seem like a site for straight couples, 334,955 user accounts actually belonged to men seeking other men, and the number of women seeking women was more than double that (777,794).
The US led the rest of the world for the number of accounts tied to government email addresses (1,405), and although Tony Blair's email did show up in the database, it was ultimately proven to be invalid. Meanwhile, of the top 20 US universities, Cornell had the most accounts created with an official .edu email address (273). Seriously, who the hell uses a work or school email to look for illicit sex?
As Dadaviz states, some of this data could still be fraudulent, so a dose of skepticism is still in order. Check out the full set of graphics below, and follow @dadaviz on Twitter for more updates on the Ashley Madison data dump: