FactFinder Search for demographic information from the U.
S. Census Bureau using this user-friendly website. Select from
the popular topics listed on the homepage, use the “select
a subject” index, or search by keyword.
Statistical Abstract of the United States (Historical Collection) A collection of over a thousand
federal and state government as well as non-governmental statistics
covering various topics. Areas of coverage include population
and vital statistics, health, economics, education, manufacturing,
natural resources, transportation, and the U.S. Industrial Outlook.
This resource is updated every two years. The U.S. Census Bureau terminated the collection of data for the Statistical Compendia program effective October 1, 2011.
This website collects statistics from over 100 federal agencies.
Select from the A-Z lists of topics and agencies, or search by
of Justice Statistics Find statistics on crime, its perpetrators,
its victims, and the criminal justice system.
of Criminal Justice Statistics Published by the U.S. Department
of Justice Bureau of Justice Statistics, the Sourcebook features
over 600 statistical tables from over 100 sources related to criminal
justice in the United States. The site is updated regularly as
new statistics become available.
of Labor Statistics Search for statistics on wages, benefits,
occupations, productivity, industries, and more.
Bureau This site contains information on Census 2000. Choose
topics from categories such as “People” and “Business”,
or use the “State and County Quick Facts” search.
Some historical data is available from “Special Topics”.
Atlas of the United States
is the first comprehensive atlas of population and housing produced
by the Census Bureau since the 1920s. The Census Atlas is a large-format
publication about 300 pages long (in Adobe Acrobat PDF format)
and containing almost 800 maps. Data from censuses prior to 2000
support nearly 150 maps and figures, providing context and an
historical perspective for many of the topics presented. Topics
include: Population, Migration, Race, Age and Sex, Ancestry, Education,
Income and Poverty, Housing, and Military Service.
Center for Education Statistics NCES is the primary federal
entity for collecting and analyzing data that are related to education
in the United States and other nations. Try “ED Stats At
A Glance” or “Quick Tables And Figures” from
the table of contents.
Center for Health Statistics This site offers data on birth,
death, disease, aging, health care, and more.