Data on key gender topics from the World Bank, national statistics agencies, United Nations databases, and World Bank-conducted or funded surveys. Includes data on fertility, contraception, age at marriage, literacy, employment, health and other vital statistics.
A mapping tool that provides access to more than 15,000 indicators related to U.S. demographics, income/spending, housing, lending, quality of life, economy, education, health, jobs, crime, and education
PolicyMap includes both publicly-available & proprietary data. Refer to the detailed Data Directory for sources, years of data available, & geographic coverage.
Statistical tables and charts covering various aspects of social, political, and economic life. Emphasis is on the United States, but the database also includes some city, state and comparative international statistics. Data is from U.S. federal government agencies, as well as private, commercial, and professional sources. 1878 - current.
ICPSR offers more than 500,000 digital files containing social science research data. Disciplines represented include political science, sociology, demography, economics, history, gerontology, criminal justice, public health, foreign policy, terrorism, health and medical care, early education, education, racial and ethnic minorities, psychology, law, substance abuse and mental health, and more.
IPUMS provides census and survey data from around the world integrated across time and space. IPUMS integration and documentation makes it easy to study change, conduct comparative research, merge information across data types, and analyze individuals within family and community contexts. Data and services available free of charge.
Includes historic and contemporary statistics and data on religious congregations within the U.S. and abroad. Also includes poll data on attitudes towards social issues such as abortion, pre-marital sexuality and same-sex marriage.
Published by the United Nations every five years, this report covers eight critical areas of policy concern: population and families, health, education, work, power and decision-making, violence against women, environment, and poverty.