Statistical Information Resources
County and City Data Book: Population, socio-demographic and business data on over 3,000 U.S. counties and cities.
Economic Statistics Briefing Room (ESBR): selected current economic indicators.
FEDSTATS: gateway site to statistics and data from over 70 federal agencies. Browse by subject or agency.
International Data Base (IDB) : socio-economic and demographic data for 227 areas and countries from the Census Bureau.
South Carolina Statistical Abstract: Annual collection of statistics on South Carolina, its counties and towns.
State and County QuickFacts: Population, economic and demographic quick tables from multiple agencies with links to more detailed resources.
Statistical Abstract of the United States : basic source for locating current statistics and identifying further information sources.
Statistical Resources on the Web: A-Z list of resources from the Documents Center at the University of Michigan. Very comprehensive.
United States Census Bureau: statistics covering population, housing, government, international trade, economy and business. Includes subject index.
U.S.A. Counties: over 5,000 data items for the United States, States, counties and equivalent areas from a variety of sources.
U.S. Historical Census Browser: demographic and economic statistics for states and counties from 1790-1960.
American Statistics Index (ASI): comprehensive index to federal government statistical information. Statistical publications not distributed through the Federal Depository Library Program are received as part of the ASI non-depository microfiche collection. Located in the Documents/Microforms department.
Census Index: index to primarily print census volumes from 1790-present. Census volumes indexed are available in the Documents department.
Index of International Statistics (IIS): index for international statistics is also available in the Documents department.
Index to Current Population Reports: indexes CPR reports on population characteristics, consumer income and poverty, special studies. Recent reports available on the Internet. Older reports available in the Documents department.
Guide to State Statistical Abstracts: state publications similar to the Statistical Abstract of the United States for individual states.