Answered By: Corrie Bott Last Updated: Jul 01, 2016 Views: 14
The following information is a good place to start your statistical research. The library also highly recommends using subject-specific research guides for more detailed information in your subject area.
Authoritative and comprehensive summary of statistics on the social, political, and economic organization of the United States:
- U.S. Census Bureau Website (search under the Topics heading for more detailed information)
- American FactFinder (U.S. population, housing, economic and geographic data):
Other helpful statistics options:
- Rand California
RAND California provides information on California and U.S. public policy and social science issues, with an emphasis on statistics. More than 160 databases contain data available for the national, state, county and city level, on issues affecting Californians at all levels of government. RAND California is sponsored by RAND, the nation's leading think tank.
- Statistical Insight (Formerly Statistical Universe)
ProQuest Statistical Insight provides access to statistics produced by federal agencies, states, business organizations, research institutions, and international organizations including the UN, EU, and OECD. This database enables single search capability and full-text records for thousands of statistical publications, tables, and datasets. Updated weekly.