2013-present. The Statistical Abstract of the U.S. includes brief statistics on almost every topic. The focus is on the U.S. but some international statistics are included. This is a great source to start with to find which agency or organization has collected more in-depth statistics.
Provides easy access to an extensive repository of standardized and structured statistical data. Contains over 52 billion data points from over 6.2 billion datasets from more than 75 private and governmental organizations. Data can be presented in charts, maps, graphs, and tables.
Statista integrates statistical data from over 80,000 topics in areas such as business, education, finance, media, politics, society, and technology. Statista gathers data from over 18,000 sources, including market reports, trade publications, scientific journals, and government databases. The reports, charts, infographics, and statistics found in the database can be downloaded in Excel, PDF, PNG, or PowerPoint formats or embedded in web pages.
Includes Census and ACS data from 1790 to present in a user friendly mapping interface. Easiest way to identify census tracts and see change over time. Even if you will be doing your own mapping, this database is a good place to start to identify geographic boundaries and get a feel for the data before creating your own GIS map. It also allows you to easily become familiar with the types of data available through Census and ACS before doing a deep dive. Allows you to add your own point and/or address data.
Online data and mapping tool for obtaining geographic data from authoritative sources like the Census, BLS, CDC, and dozens of other federal agencies and private data providers. It has thousands of indicators on demographics, the economy, housing, lending, quality of life, education, health, and more. Data is available at the neighborhood census block group in many cases, up to a national level, depending on the data.
As of July 2019, Data.Census.gov is the official source for U.S. Census data. It offers a single search box interface for finding Census and ACS data. All new data will be released here. American Factfinder will be retired in June 2020.