U.S. Census Bureau | Subjects A-Z C
The United States Census is the primary source for demographic and social data collection across the United States. In addition to conducting the Census every 10 years, the U.S. Census Bureau gathers data on a wide variety of topics that provides information on the nation's population and economy.
Neighborhood Change Database (CD-ROM located on Data Workstation in Government Documents Room)
Provides selected variables from 1970 - 2010 decennial censuses at the nation, state, county, or census tract levels. Where available, normalized time-series data can be accessed in Census 2010 tract boundaries.
County and City Data Book (Also in Bartle Reference, HA206 .S865, 1952 - )
Provides in-depth data sets for areas of 100,000 people or more.
Regional Data, Bureua of Economic Analysis
Statistics detailing the geographic distribution of U.S. economic activity and growth for state and local area economies.
Small Area Income and Poverty Estimates
Estimates for selected statistics on poverty and income for states, counties, and school districts.
State of the Cities Data System
SOCDS provides data for individual Metropolitan Areas, Central Cities, and Suburbs.
Population Index: 1986-2000 On-line
Covers fertility, mortality, population size and growth, migration, nuptiality and the family, research methodology, projections and predictions, historical demography, and demographic and economic interrelations.
Population Reference Bureau
Information on U.S. and international population trends. Their publications include the World Population Data Sheet, which includes key indicators from geographic areas of populations of 150,000 or more.
Population Statistics: Historical Demography
Historical, demographic and statistical overview of the population of all the countries in the world, their administrative divisions and their important cities.
Official government web site for Canadian statistical information.