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How to Find Statistics and Data: Statistics on the Web: Gov. and Non-Gov. Sites

U.S. Government Statistics

opens new windowBureau of Justice Statistics

opens new window Data and Statistics about the United States (USA.gov)

opens new windowData.census.gov - data and digital content about the nation's people and economy from the U.S. Census Bureau

opens new windowDrug Fact Sheet (DEA, Drug Enforcement Agency)

opens new windowDrug Facts: Treatment Statistics (NIH, National Institute on Drug Abuse)

opens new windowFCSM (Federal Committee on Statistical Methodology)
A gateway to statistics from over 100 U.S. Federal government agencies. Links to agency statistics on topics and subjects like current social, economic, political, health, environmental issues and public policy topics. 

opens new windowSpotlight on Statistics (Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Dept. of Labor)
"Each edition of Spotlight on Statistics features graphics, maps, and brief written analysis to illustrate BLS data that examine the U.S. labor market and economy. New editions of Spotlight on Statistics are published several times a year."

Oklahoma Data & Statistics

Other Selected Sites (Non-government sites)

opens new window"Addiction Treatment Statistics" by Recovery Connectin®

opens new windowARDA: Association of Religion Data Archive

opens new windowCensusScope- "... An easy-to-use tool for investigating U.S. demographic trends" provided by opens new windowSocial Science Data Analysis Network (SSDAN) at the Univ. of Michigan.

opens new windowFCSM (Federal Committee on Statistical Methodology)
A gateway to statistics from over 100 U.S. Federal government agencies. Links to agency statistics on topics and subjects like current social, economic, political, health, environmental issues and public policy topics. 

opens new windowThe Gallup Organization- Polls on social issues, ethics, values, etc. Try a general search for education.

opens new windowPew Research Center- Nonpartisan; includes public opinion and polls, demographic research, social science research, and content analysis.

opens new windowRAND-Objective analysis and effective solutions. RAND is a nonprofit and nonpartisan "research organization that develops solutions to public policy challenges...." Browse categories and topics, or search a key term.

opens new windowStatistics (National Center for Victims of Crimes) -Carjacking, child abuse, corrections, cost of crimes, domestic terrorism, etc.

opens new windowUNESCO's Institute for Statistics (U. N. Organization for Education, Science and Culture)
opens new window--Fact Sheets

opens new windowWHO Statistical Information System-Health and health-related statistics from the WHO

Numbers, facts and trends shaping the world

opens new windowUnited States Census Bureau: Index A-Z
Examples: "opens new windowPayday, Poverty, and Women"

opens new windowBLS Reports (Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Dept. of Labor)
"BLS Reports provide analytical information related to the labor force, consumer spending, earnings, and work injuries and illnesses. Typically, reports contain a few pages of written analysis followed by statistical tables...."
opens new windowSpotlight on Statistics (Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Dept. of Labor)
Numbers, facts and trends shaping the world. "Each edition of Spotlight on Statistics features graphics, maps, and brief written analysis to illustrate BLS [Bureau of Labor Statistics] data that examine the U.S. labor market and economy."