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Statistical Sources

Federal Statistical Sources

Data and Statistics – General Reference Resources

FedStats

Statistical Abstract of the United States

White House Economic Statistics Briefing Room

White House Social Statistics Briefing Room

 
Departments

Department of Agriculture

    Agricultural Statistics NASS National Agricultural Statistics Service
     USDA Economics and Statistics Contains nearly 2,500 reports and datasets from
    the economics agencies of the U.S. Department of Agriculture.

     Economic Research Service


Department of Commerce

    Bureau of Economic Analysis
     Census Bureau
     A merican FactFinder
     Census Briefs
     County Business Patterns
     International Data Base
     Map Stats
     Statistical Abstract of the United States
     STAT-USA - Includes National Trade Data Bank, Business Cycle Indicators,
    and Commerce Business Daily. May need password. Please see your Missouri S&T Librarian for access.


Department of Education
    National Center for Education Statistics


Department of Energy
    Energy Information Administration
     

Department of Health and Human Services
    National Center for Health Statistics
     Atlas of United States Mortality

Department of Homeland Security
     Immigration Statistics


Department of the Interior
    Bureau of Land Management
    Public Land Statistics


Department of Justice
     Bureau of Justice Statistics


Department of Labor
     Bureau of Labor Statistics
     Consumer Price Indexes
     Producer Price Indexes
     Health and Safety Statistics
    OHSA - Statistics and Data
    100 Years of U.S. Consumer Spending


Department of the Treasury
     Business Tax Statistics
     Individual Tax Statistics


Department of Transportation
     Bureau of Transportation Statistics 



The White House
    White House Economic Statistics Briefing Room
    White House Social Statistics Briefing Room


Central Intelligence Agency
     World Factbook


National Science Foundation
     Science and Engineering Statistics

 

Statistical Resources on the Web University of Michigan Library Documents Center
International Statistical Agencies
USDA Economics and Statistics System
 at Mann Library, Cornell University
State Data Centers


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