Analyzes and clarifies federal data for public education towards active citizenship. Search their datasets, or browse government policy topics to learn how statistics influence public policy.
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General Statistics, Census and Demographics
At the Library
Resources available in the University Library:
- Almanac of the 50 States REF HA203 .A5
- Demographic Yearbook REF HA17 .D45
- Demographics USA REF HF5415.2 .S952x
- Places, Towns and Townships REF HA203 .P58 and online
- Sourcebook of Zip Code Demographics REF HA203 .S66 2009
- State and Metropolitan Area Data Book REF HA202 .S84 and online
- Statistical Handbook on Racial Groups in the United States REF E184.A1 H417
- Statistical Handbook on Women in America REF HQ1420 .T34
- Statistical Portrait of the United States: Social Conditions and Trends (2002)
- Datapedia of the United States, 1790-2005; America Year by Year REF HA202 .K87 and online
- Historical Statistics of the United States, Earliest Times to the Present REF HA202 .H57