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Population (Demographics) Sites
Home of the US government’s open data, including federal, state and local data, tools, and resources.
Search or browse for data by entering key words in the search box or selecting a type of data on the left side.
Click on the title of a dataset or tool for more details. Some datasets are downloadable, while others are links to web sites or apps.
- American Factfinder
Latest statistical information from the U.S. Census Bureau.
- Statistical Abstract of the United States
Statistics on social and economic conditions in the United States.
- Population Reference Bureau
Data on U.S. and world population trends.
A joint project by Deloitte, Datawheel, and Cesar Hidalgo, Professor at the MIT Media Lab and Director of MacroConnections that provides Statistics on economy, health & safety, diversity, education, hosing and living. Searchable by individual county and city.
Social and economic data for the United Sates and the world.
Demographic Stats from CQPRESS
"The decennial U.S. Census is an integral tool not only in providing the basis for legislative apportionment and redistricting, but perhaps more importantly to provide a fairly robust snapshot of people living in a certain locality at a specific time. Looking beyond population totals, users will find interesting data on age, income, race, ethnicity, and housing, among other demographics. When viewed across congressional districts, for example, these data can provide interesting insights into the redistricting process and the highly varied composition of districts. This data can provide even more opportunities for discovery when paired with the roll call data for the representatives that serve them. In U.S. Political Stats, demographic data is available at the congressional district level dating back to the 1980 U.S. Census."
Pew Hispanic Center
Research, reports & fact sheets on topics such as Hispanics in the military, results of surveys of Latino populations, news, and related links.
California Latino Demographic Databook
Selected census information detailing "characteristics for Latinos by national origin, nativity, citizenship, and period of entry for the foreign-born", and providing comparative figures for non-Hispanic whites, blacks, and Asians.
Hispanic Population of the United States
Detailed tables from the US Census show selected social and economic characteristics of the Hispanic population. The social and economic characteristics presented in the tables include age, sex, marital status, educational attainment, occupation, employment status, family and household composition, income, and poverty status. See also the Hispanic Origin
topic in the "Population" section.
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