State and Local Area Statistics
In addition to searching the U.S. Census Bureau's American FactFinder by state, county, city, zip code and other demographic areas, the following webistes provide additional sources of state and local area statistics.
- Data Books (Census Bureau). Compilation of data for cities and counties.
- RAND State Statistics provides easy access to statistics about all 50 states; some databases cover the entire United States. (Oviatt Library subscription; not available to all users).
- Los Angeles Government Sources Oviatt Library online guide with links to statistics about Los Angeles City and Los Angeles County from federal, state, and local sources.
- San Fernando Valley Statistics and Facts
- Southern California Cities, Counties, and Subregions
- State & County QuickFacts is also a good starting point for state, county, and city-level (for cities with populations over 25,000 people) information.
- State and Local Governments (Library of Congress)
- State of the Cities Data Systems (HUD)
- Statistical Abstract: State Abstracts
- Statistics by Geography from U.S. Agencies (FedStats)