Subject Guide for California Statistics
From San Diego State University; find California statistical sources by subject
American Fact Finder
Data from the Decennial Census and the American Community Survey
United States Statistical Abstract
1878 to current: Statistics on a variety of topics; from the U.S. Census Bureau
Links to federal statistics and statistical agencies by topic or location
Selected databases and data sets from various Federal Agencies; from the White House
California Department of Finance Demographics Research Unit
County level data on population and immigration
California Statistical Abstract
The Table of Contents is ordered by topic
Find California statistics on population, health, economy, environment and economy. Data available back to 1970s for selected topics.
California: Historical Census Populations of Places, Towns, and Cities in California, 1850-2000
From the California State Department of Finance; "population totals for 1,460 listed places, towns, and cities in California from each of the sixteen decennial US Censuses, 1850-2000"
Reports from the California Department of Finance Demographic Research Unit
Includes reports on population estimates and California immigration and migration
Statistics About Santa Cruz County
County level data on a variety of topics including employment, housing, income, schools, etc. From the County of Santa Cruz.
Santa Cruz Community Assessment Project of Santa Cruz County
County level data and reports on economic issues, education, health, public safety, etc.
County level data on a variety of topics: agriculture, business, crime, poverty, social programs, etc.
Community Information by Zip Code
Sources for zip code area level data on a variety of topics
Compilation of UN statistical databases: "14 databases and 6 glossaries containing over 55 million data points and covering a whole range of statistics including Population, Industry, Energy, Trade and National Accounts"
International Statistical Agencies
From the U.S. Census Bureau
SourceOECD Statistics (Requires UCSC or OCA access)
e-books, e-periodicals, and interactive statistical databases on international topics ranging from economics to education.
World Development Indicators (WDI) (Requires UCSC or OCA access)
The World Bank's annual compilation of data about development, which provides direct access to more than 550 development indicators, with time series for 208 countries and 18 country groups from 1960 to 2001.
International statistics compiled from a variety of sources. As stated in their disclaimer, the data is obtained using different methodologies and the figures "should only be construed as a rough guide."
Asian Development Bank
Statistics on Asian and Pacific economies. Sources include Asian Development Outlook and Key Indicators for Asia and the Pacific.