Posted: Aug 7, 2015
indicates a resource for which access is restricted to current Rensselaer students, faculty and staff, and walk-in users of the Libraries. Accessing databases off-campus requires using your RCS ID and password to log in.
American Community Survey (ACS) U.S. Census Provide users with the capability to browse, search, and map data from many Census Bureau sources.
County and City Data Book (US Census) Contains statistical tables for 220 data items at the US, census region & division, state, and county levels.
Survey Monthly survey of about 50,000 households.
Historical Statistics of the United States, Colonial Times to 1970. HA202 .A385 1976 Third Floor Library Use Only
American Housing Survey (AHS) U.S. Census
Population and Household Economic Topics (U. S. Census Bureau) Provides estimates, projections, and profiles, as well as population data for more than thirty attributes such as age; marital status and living arrangement.
Population (US Census Bureau) Provides census count and current estimates of the number of inhabitants of the Nation, regions, States, cities, counties, and other areas.
Demographic and Health Surveys The Demographic and Health Surveys (DHS) program has a long tradition of providing data and analysis on the population, health, and nutrition of women and children in developing countries.
UNESCO Data Centre Use the Database and Indicators links from this web page. Provides a wide range of education statistics maintained in the UNESCO database.
WHO Statistical Information System (WHOSIS) Health and health-related statistical information from the WHO Global Programme on Evidence for Health Policy.
Key Indicators of the Labour Market ( International Labour Organization) Information gathered from organizations such as the World Bank, ILO, OECD, and UNESCO.
Population Reference Bureau Provides timely and objective information on US and international population trends and their implications.
World Population Trends (United Nations Population Division) Provides data on fertility and family planning; mortality and migration; and population and development.