GBI Crime Statistics Database
The Georgia Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) program reports crime and arrest reports and family violence statistics from more than 600 state and local law enforcement agencies.
Georgia County Guide
Gives detailed county-level and state data related to agriculture, crime, economics, education, government, health, housing, labor, natural resources, occupations, population, public assistance, transportation, and vital statistics.
Georgia Department of Community Affairs County Snapshots
Provides information on the state’s and each county’s history, people, economy, and government.
Georgia Department of Labor Local Area Market Profiles
Comprehensive information, including industry mix, income, and occupational profiles, for each of Georgia's 159 counties and Metropolitan Statistical Areas (MSAs).
Georgia's Online Analytical Statistical Information System (OASIS)
A suite of interactive tools used to access the Georgia Department of Human Resources Division of Public Health’s standardized health data repository.
The Governor’s Office of Student Achievement (GOSA)
Strives to increase student achievement and school completion through transparent, objective analysis and communication of statewide data. GOSA provides policy support to the governor and to the citizens of Georgia through an education scoreboard; research initiatives on education programs and corresponding findings to inform policy, budget, and legislative efforts; audits of academic programs; and more.
Georgia Power’s community and economic development Web site offers county and community profiles of population trends, workforce and employment data, manufacturing and industry data, tax and incentives, and other facts that can help business grow and develop in Georgia.
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American Community Survey (ACS)
Provides reliable demographic, socioeconomic, and housing data updated on a yearly basis for all geographic areas, rural and urban.
This interactive application supports the Economic Census, the American Community Survey, the 1990 Census, Census 2000, and the latest Population Estimates.
Centers for Disease Control Vital Stats
Users can access and create data tables, charts, and maps for more than 100 birth variables on topics of low birthweight, maternal characteristics, prenatal care, perinatal and infant mortality. Data sources are vital statistics records provided by state health departments. Data can be displayed as numbers or percentages. Online guides help users navigate and use the tools and data.
Child Trends DataBank
The latest national trends and research on more than 70 key indicators of child and youth health and well-being, with new indicators added each month.
Data Resource Center for Child and Adolescent Health: NSCH CSHCN
The National Survey of Children’s Health (NSCH) and the National Survey of Children with Special Health Care Needs (CSHCN) provide estimates for the nation, the District of Columbia, and for each of the 50 states for a broad set of health and well-being measures for all children ages 0-17 and for those with special health care needs and health conditions. Each survey is fielded every four years.
Federal Interagency Forum on Child and Family Statistics
Offers easy access to federal and state statistics and reports on children and their families, including: population and family characteristics, economic security, health, behavior and social environment, and education. Publications include America’s Children: Key National Indicators of Well-Being.
Provides national data on a broad range of issues from more than 70 federal agencies.
Kaiser Family Foundation, State Health Facts
Provides state-level estimates in these areas: demographics and the economy; health status (low birthweight, infant deaths, prenatal care, and childhood immunizations); health coverage and uninsured; Medicaid and SCHIP; health costs and budgets; Medicare; managed care and health insurance; providers and service use; minority and women’s health; HIV/AIDs; and children’s health. Data can be searched by state and variables compared across states.
KIDS COUNT Data Center
This online data system contains national, state, and city-level estimates for more than 100 indicators of child well-being. Information is available for each of the 50 states and the District of Columbia; and when available, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands. Census data, rankings, and comparisons with 1990 census data is available for many geographic areas. Estimates in the state-level and census databases are comparable across geographic levels and geographic areas at the same level.
March of Dimes Peristats
The site provides infant and maternal health data at the national, state, county, and city levels. Data are compiled from national sources, including the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Center for Health Statistics, Health Resources Services Administration, U. S. Census Bureau, U. S. Department of Agriculture, and the national Newborn Screening and Genetics Resource Center.
National Center for Children in Poverty (NCCP)
Promotes strategies that prevent child poverty. The NCCP website provides information on local and state initiatives, as well as articles and information on welfare reform, child care, and early education.
National Center for Education Statistics (NCES)
Collects, analyzes, and makes available data related to education in the US and other nations.
Small Area Income and Poverty Estimates (SAIPE)
Provides income and poverty census data for states, counties, and school districts on a yearly basis. There is a three-year time lag between estimation year and year of release.
Small Area Health Insurance Estimates (SAHIE)
Provides health insurance coverage census data for all counties and states.
State and County Quick Facts
Provides county and state highlights for population, housing, businesses, and geography.
U.S. Department of Labor's Bureau of Labor Statistics
Provides state and national employment, unemployment, pay and benefits, and other labor force and economic information.
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