Which new opportunities does digitalization open up for our rural areas? The “Digital Villages” project has been dedicated to answering this question since 2015. In December 2019, the third phase of the project started with “Digital Villages Data”. In it, we, Fraunhofer IESE and the Rhineland-Palatinate Development Agency, are taking on the challenge of making municipal political involvement in rural areas more attractive again. This gave rise to the idea of developing a web application that municipal stakeholders can use to retrieve statistical data in order to obtain a solid basis for their political work. To make this possible, statistical data on municipalities in Rhineland-Palatinate is being collected, qualitatively processed, categorized, and evaluated, so that the statistical data for each municipality is presented in chart or tabular form. In addition, comparisons between municipalities are made possible in order to quickly identify differences and commonalities between municipalities based on data. To this end, the viewing municipality is shown several municipalities within one category that have the most similar data structures. Based on these data and findings, political decisions can then be made more easily and in a more informed manner.