City of Austin Demographics:
On this site you can look up any Austin zip code and obtain the following information for each zip code: growth rank, population, number of households, average house value, population by White, Black, Hispanic, Asian etc., median age, number of businesses, Congressional District, and more.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is recognized as the lead federal agency for protecting the health and safety of people - at home and abroad, providing information to enhance health decisions, and promoting health through strong partnerships. CDC serves as the national focus for developing and applying disease prevention and control, environmental health, and health promotion and education activities designed to improve the health of the people of the United States.
Complete 2000 and 2010 census statistics.
How to Obtain 2010 Census Data by Zip Code
Quick and easy access to facts about people, business, and geography. Search by state or county for demographics.
KIDS COUNT is a national and state-by-state effort to track the status of children in the U.S. This site consists of population data about age, gender, households, families, and housing units from the Census Short Form (Census SF1) and social, economic, and housing data from the Census Long Form (Census SF3). The site now includes estimates for the 108th Congressional Districts; KIDS COUNT Census Data Online is currently the only site with this information.
Data are available for: income and poverty, parental employment, education, language, disability, neighborhood characteristics, age and sex, race, Hispanic origin status, and living arrangements.
Contains links to many types of health statistics. The categories are Overviews, Specific Conditions, Directories, Organizations, Newsletters, Law and Policy, Women, Men, Children, Teenagers, and Seniors. Some examples include:
Under Health and Disease Topics click on any of the topics and then find the Statistics link.
This site has information listed below and much more.
This web page describes the range of available health statistics, identifies their sources and helps you understand how to use information about their structure as you search.
The course is divided into 2 parts: About Health Statistics and Finding Health Statistics.
Examples of Web Pages Where You Can Find Health Statistics. Using the published cause of death table, Healthy People 2010,Epi info, Tracking tobacco activities, Death certificates, Healthcare cost and utilization projection, National health care surveys, Cancer patient profiles and many others.
This web page brings together key health and human services data and statistics. It is a collaboration of U.S. government agencies, public health organizations and health sciences libraries.
This site is a statistical portal developed by the Medical University of South Carolina. Health statistics, population stats, international stats, U.S. stats, and many other sources.
This resource contains the latest state-level data on demographics, health, and health policy, including health coverage, access, financing, and state legislation. You may compare data for all the states by choosing a topic in the categories below. Information will be displayed as bar graphs, tables, or color-coded maps.
This report is a comprehensive summary of the major and emerging health status issues in Texas. It addresses the following statewide health status indicators:
This site has a long list of online sites where you can find demographic data on any state or county in the U.S. For each site information is given as to what data is available.
The objective for the development of this Web site is to provide a comprehensive collection of links to publicly available, geographically discrete health data for the state of Texas from reliable and authoritative providers of information. Data is available for