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U.S. Statistics in Brief - Part 1
U.S. Statistics in Brief - Part 2
For years 1990, 1993, 1994. Basic statistics on: health, social welfare, budget outlays; employment, unemployment; GDP; income; consumer price index; energy; agriculture; business; finance, interest rates; etc.
U.S. Census Bureau: The Official Statistics
Data from U.S. population and economic censuses. Searchable by keyword(s), place name, map location. Links to current "population clock."
Statistical Abstract of the United States
Wide variety of topics included. Organizes data by state, county, congressional district. Some data as current as 1996. Note list of frequently requested tables.
Consumer Price Indexes
The CPI represents changes in prices of all goods and services. Price indexes are available for the U.S., the four Census regions, cities, regions, and local areas.
U.S. Census International Database
U.S. Department of Labor
United Nations InfoNation