Archive | May 2014

Journalist’s Resource

“Based at Harvard’s Shorenstein Center of Media, Politics and Public Policy, the Journalist’s Resource project examines news topics through a research lens. We focus on surfacing scholarly materials that may be relevant to other media practitioners, bloggers, educators, students and general readers.–From the website.


Census Flows Mapper

“The Census Flows Mapper is a web mapping application intended to provide users with a simple interface to view, save and print county-to-county migration flows maps of the United States. The data are from the 2006-2010 and 2007-2011 American Community Surveys.”–From the website.


My Congressional District

“My Congressional District gives you quick and easy access to selected statistics collected by the U.S. Census Bureau through the American Community Survey. The American Community Survey provides updated detailed demographic, social and economic statistics every year for the nation’s communities. With My Congressional District, you can view statistics covering age, employment, education, and much more. — From the website.


Easy Stats


This interactive tool provides the latest statistics about where you live. You can search different geographies including states, counties, incorporated places (towns/cities) and census designated places (CDP). With Easy Stats, you can view detailed racial, age and sex breakdowns and much more.”–From the website.




Facts For Features : Father’s Day June 15, 2014

The United States Census Bureau provides links to sites that provide data and statistics on Father in America, including the number of stay-at-home dads and information on fathers who pay child support payments, and much more.

Data Visualization Gallery

“The Census Bureau is working to increase our use of visualization in making data available to the public, and this gallery is an early part of that effort. The first posted visualizations will pertain largely to historical population data, building on prior work done to portray historical changes in the growth and redistribution of the U.S. population. For later visualizations, the topics will expand beyond decennial census data to include the full breadth of Census Bureau data sets and subject areas, from household and family dynamics, to migration and geographic mobility, to economic indicators.”–From the website