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American FactFinder is a free, interactive database that covers the 1997 and 2002 Economic Census, the American Community Survey, the 1990 Census, and Census 2000, and more.
Bureau of Labor
Provides labor related statistics, specifically including inflation and prices, spending and time use, employment, pay, productivity, workplace injuries, international comparisons, and more.
Bureau of Labor-Midwest Information Office
Contains geographic specific information inflation, pay, consumer spending, etc.
Bureau of Transportation Statistics
Posts statistics on the airline and freight industries.
Posts data from U.S. census, including statistics regarding people and households, business and industry, geography, and much more.
Statistics on U.S. children and families.Topics include social environment, economic circumstances, health care, safety, behavior, education, and health.
County and City Data Book 2007
Most comprehensive data source for U.S. counties and cities. Topics covered include age, agriculture, business establishments, crime, deaths, earnings, education, elections, employment, health, households, income, labor force, population, poverty, race and Hispanic origin, social services, and more.
Department of Commerce
Details officials working in the Department of Commerce, services available, and budget and performance.
Economic Census: 2007
Profiles the economic census every five years, which includes information on programs such as data on women and minority-owned businesses.
>Find a list of education statistics sources on TC Library's Education topic page. Expand the Web Sites section of the Education topics page; scroll down to the education statistics section.
FBI: Uniform Crime Reports
Collects U.S. crime statistics.
Compiles statistics derived from U.S. government agencies, including states, county, and city profiles, agency press releases, and statistics on topics (i.e. adoption, AIDS/HIV, and drug use).
Foreign Trade Statistics
Includes foreign trade highlights, press releases, and country and state trade statistics.
Pew Research Center
From their Web site: "Provides information on the issues, attitudes and trends shaping America and the world...by conducting public opinion polling and social science research; by analyzing news coverage; and by holding forums and briefings."
State and County QuickFacts
Allows you to quickly access census data specific to geographic areas.
State and Metropolitan Data Book 2006
Supplement to the statistical abstract. This is a large PDF file; it will take a minute or so to download.
Summarizes social, economic, and political data from Census Bureau, Bureau of Labor, and other federal agencies.
United Nations Statistics Division
Provides economic, demographic, environmental, developmental statistics.
Organization working toward sustainable globalization. Click the tab "Data & Research" to search for statistics, or use the tab "Country" to find data on individual nations.