PLEASE NOTE: The majority of resources listed in this
website include facilities for exporting data. Users can
consult a specific resource for data export details.
New York State
Capital District Regional
Statistics available for the Capital District Area
Employment Rates; Consumer Price Index and Producer Price
Index; County Migration Patterns; Taxable Sales Data;
Employees, Payroll & Establishments; Residential
Building Permits; Real Property Tax Rates; Residential
Home Sales through MLS; Municipal Finance Data &
School District Finance Data; and Public School Data.
NY Regional, NY County, NY Cities/Towns
Metropolitan Area Data Book: 2006
Supplement to the Statistical Abstract of the United
U.S., State, MSA(1), County.
Published periodically since 1979 with the 2006 being
the sixth in the series. Collection of statistics on
social and economic conditions in the United States at
the state, county, and metropolitan area levels.
County and City Data Book: 2007
Local area supplement to the Statistical Abstract of
the United States.
Published intermittently since 1944 with the 2007
edition being the fourteenth in this series. Summary of
social and economic statistics for U.S. counties and
County, City/Place, MCD(1).
Bureau of Justice
Statistics included for crime and victims, prosecution,
federal justice system, criminal offenders, law
enforcement, courts and sentencing, expenditure and
employment, corrections, criminal record systems, and
U.S., State, County.
FedStats (US Census
Population, economic, labor, housing, industry and
State, County, City.
National Transportation Statistics Report
Statistics on the U.S. transportation system, including
its physical components, safety record, economic
performance, the human and natural environment, and
U.S., Regional, State.
Statistics (US Census Bureau)
Includes data for countries, exports by state, current
and historical data and trade highlights, along with
selected reports on international trade.
Programs (U.S. Census Bureau)
Demographic indicators for 226 countries and areas of the
world. The IDB has provided access to demographic data
for over 25 years to governments, academics, other
organizations, and the public. It is funded by
organizations that sponsor the research of the Census
Bureau's International Programs Center.
Data service allowing users to search and download a
variety of statistical resources from the United Nations
System. Includes data categories such as agriculture,
education, energy, health, and trade.
Brings together core health statistics for the 193 WHO
Member States. It comprises more than 70 indicators,
which can be accessed by way of a quick search, by major
categories, or through user-defined tables. The data can
be further filtered, tabulated, charted and downloaded.
The data are also published annually in the World Health
Statistics Report released in May.
(1) For information on geographic subdivisions used by the
US Census Bureau, see:
Colette O. Holmes, Management Librarian, and Tanis Kreiger,
Acquisitions & Electronic Resources Librarian, Rensselaer
Libraries, Troy, NY
Colette O. Holmes, Management Librairan, Folsom Library