The National Historical GIS organization is excellent for downloading tabular US Census data dating back to the 18th century, not just mappable GIS layers. Access to summary tables and time series of population, housing, agriculture, and economic data, along with GIS-compatible boundary files, for years from 1790 through the present and for all levels of U.S. census geography, including states, counties, tracts, and blocks.
Develop interactive thematic maps and reports using more than 100,000 demographic, business, and marketing data variables.
Includes data from the US Census, the American Community Survey (ACS), the Consumer Expenditure Survey (CEX), D&B's Points-of-Interest business directory, and MRI-SimmonsLOCAL consumer behavior dataset.
The Panel Study of Income Dynamics from the University of Michigan is a longitudinal household survey beginning in 1968, including data covering employment, income, wealth, expenditures, health, marriage, childbearing, child development, philanthropy, education, and numerous other topics.
The Census Bureau's Survey of Income and Program Participation is a household-based survey focusing on government assistance programs, designed as a continuous series of national panels. Each panel generally features a large sample of households that are interviewed multiple times over a four-year period.
The National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent to Adult Health (Add Health) is a longitudinal study of a nationally representative sample of adolescents in grades 7-12 in the United States during the 1994-95 school year. The Add Health cohort has been followed into young adulthood with four in-home interviews, the most recent in 2008, when the sample was aged 24-32. Add Health is re-interviewing cohort members in a Wave V follow-up from 2016-2018.
Search for data from polls conducted by many leading survey research organizations. NOTE: Users must register for a personal account. Previous login credentials will not provide access to Roper iPoll. A new account will be required.
American National Election Studies (ANES) provides data that support rich hypothesis testing, maximize methodological excellence, measure many variables, and promote comparisons across people, contexts, and time.
The National Study of Youth and Religion at the University of Notre Dame is a project designed to enhance understanding of the religious lives of American youth from adolescence into young adulthood, using telephone survey and in-depth interview methods.