The new platform from the U.S. Census Bureau to access demographic and economic data. The site does not currently have all the features and data that will ultimately be included, because it is using customer feedback to drive the final product. There is a chart listing what is currently available on data.census.gov, and the most recent release notes PDF document may also be helpful. Data tools, visualizations, courses, and more remain available at census.gov/data.html.
Click on tab for "Topics." Topics include: Education, Employment, Families and Living Arrangements, Health, Housing, Income and Poverty, and Population. Links will go to an information page which has a link to actual Data on the topic. By mousing over the link to Topics instead of clicking on it, additional topics are available, such as: Age and Sex, Geographic Mobility/Migration, Geography, Hispanic Origin, Population Estimate, Race, Redistricting, and Voting and Registration.
Easy to browse for links related to terms such as Age, Children, Demographic, Education, Families & Households, Hispanic Origin, Housing, Income & Poverty, Marriage & Living Arrangements, Population, Poverty, Race, and Veterans. Links will go to an information page which has a link to the actual Data on the topic.
The "Texas Regional Report" has a compilation from an analysis of the 12 economic regions in Texas. Also has report for each region with an overview of population, income, jobs, wages, and education trends in each region. Use the drop-down menu for "Select a County/Region" to choose a county and view an economic analysis of its region.
Annual estimates of the total populations of counties and places in Texas. ("Places" include municipalities, cities, towns, villages, and boroughs.) Also has estimates of county populations by age, sex, and race/ethnicity. There is an option for population projections by state and county.
The "official source of demographic, economic, and social statistics produced by the Census Bureau" for Texas. Part of a national network, the State Data Center Program. State Data Centers provide training and technical assistance for anyone interested in finding and using the data: local governments, the business community, and the general public.
This database from ProQuest provides indexing, abstracting, and selected full-text for U.S. government statistical publications including: select tables from U.S. government and business reports (1999 - present); U.S. Federal statistical publications (coverage from 1973); International statistical publications from the UN, EU, OECD, etc. (coverage from 1983); and U.S. state government, business, and research institute statistical publications (coverage from 1980).
Links to United States and Texas resources with statistics on elementary, secondary, and post-secondary education.
A central site that had easy access to statistics provided by the more than 100 federal agencies which produce statistics of interest to the public. After the removal of the FedStats website in February 2018, a comparable source is not available. Some archived content is freely available through 2015 from the Internet Archive Wayback Machine . Some current Data and Statistics about the U.S. are available from usa.gov.