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Statistical Abstract of the U.S.

Statistical Abstract of the U.S.

The Statistical Abstract of the United States is a one-volume, comprehensive summary of statistics on the social, political, and economic organization of the United States.

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American FactFinder

American FactFinder

Official data from U.S. Census of Population and Housing, the American Community Survey, or the Economic

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Statista

Statista

Statistics on over 85,000 diverse topics and facts from over 10,000 sources.

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LexisNexis Statistical

ProQuest Statistical Insight

Find industry statistics, national income and production statistics, retail and wholesale trade data, interest rates, economic indicators, and social and demographic statistics, plus much more.

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Historical Statistics of the United States

Historical Statistics of the United States

Statistical tables covering population, work and welfare, economic structure and performance, economic sectors, and governance and international relations.

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OFFSTATS: Official Statistics on the Web

Provides links to official statistical agencies and national banks for most countries. Hosted by the University of Auckland Library.

 

RAND California

RAND California

California and U.S. public policy issues with an emphasis on statistics. RAND's "Business and Economics" section contains information on employment, unemployment, industry and occupational wages, occupational projections, construction and real estate (including housing prices and foreclosures, and non-residential vacancy rates), inflation, foreign trade, retail and taxable sales, sales tax rates, gross state product, personal and per capita income, farm income, and airport operating statistics.

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Local Labs

The goal of Local Labs is to make socioeconomic data more accessible. The main data source is the 2012 American Community Survey - 5 Year Estimates spanning 2008-2012.