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Government Statistical Sources

Some of these data sources are available for free over the Internet; otehrs are subscription sources available through the Bluford library only (log in with your name and Banner ID).

  • Census Bureau's International Data Base
    Provides population demographics and population trends for the world and many large countries.
    This portal for government data on the web, mandated by the new Administration, has the goal of making data easier to access and more web 2.0 friendly.
  • FedStats
    This portal helps you locate data from over 100 statistic-tracking agencies in the U. S. government.
  • International Financial Statistics
    Critical financial, currency, and commodities data. This statistical database comes from the IMF and is subscription-only for A&T students.
  • International Trade Administration
    The U.S. ITA provides data on U.S. import and export levels and prices.
  • U. S. Bureau of Economic Analysis
    The BEA tracks the GDP of the nation, provides access to state GDPs, reports on the state of national and international accounts, and tracks other data on the state of the US economy.
  • United Nations Statistical Division
    The UNSD home page is an essential stop for finding international statistics gathered by UN statistical bodies.
  • World Bank Data
    The WorldBank collects a wide variety of data across countries and regions. Explore indicators and financial reports from every country and region.

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