Economic and Other
Descriptions of the Links
Note: After January, 2011, this website has not been maintained or updated. An alphabetical subject index to statistics, from Acute Illnesses to Weekly Earnings. There is also a search engine to allow you keyword access.
One volume compendium of the breadth of statistics producted by the federal government. Many more statistics than are available through the Whitehouse Briefing Room and more uniformly presented than through FEDSTATS. However, it is in PDF format by section, which takes a long time to download and is not conducive to browsing. Also has links to other major Census publications such as the State and Metropolitan Area Data Book.
General statistics broken down by state, county, city and place. Includes demographic, social and economic data.
Provides quick access to summarized data and maps derived from the 1990 Decennial Census, American Community Survey Summary, Census 2000 Dress Rehearsal, and the 1997 Economic Census.
The Census Bureau's guide to many of their online resources for demographic information.
Census Bureau links collected by the Government Documents Librarian at Winona State University.
Limited to web sites produced by the U.S. government. Some statistical sites listed.
The site is arranged by subject, regardless of the source of the data. Government and non-government sites are listed together. Very detailed list of individual titles within subject areas.
Justice and Crime links collected by the Government Documents Librarian at Winona State University.
Education statistics links collected by the Government Documents Librarian at Winona State University.
A topical index of statistical summaries related to health.
Contains links to health publications in PDF, such as Health, United States, and to raw data sets. Also has links to other health Web sites.
Health statistics links collected by the Government Documents Librarian at Winona State University.
Current profile of aging population (demographic characteristics, health, income) Population projections to 2050.
Federal inter-agency web site about statistics on children. It has key indicators of child well-being (population, economic, health, substance abuse, blood lead).
This search-only interface to the green book allows you to search for statistical tables regarding welfare and other entitlement programs of the Federal government.
Summary of immigration data to the U.S. by country and immigrant characteristics.
Statistics regarding population characteristics of the poor in the United States.
Our own Economic Statistics page, strongly focused on statistics of the U.S. economy. Includes both governmental and non-governmental sites.
WSU Campus only. Contains two main sections: State of the, which contains U.S. economic data, and Globus, which contains international data, including trade data, marketing profiles for foreign countries, and a directory of firms in other countries that import U.S. products.
Contains data on the people and the economy of the US for each state and county from 1790 to 1970.
The IPUMS consists of twenty-five high-precision samples of the American population drawn from thirteen federal censuses. This site has taken samples produced elsewhere, and has harmonized them so that users can query across samples.