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RAND State Statistics
RAND State Statistics is an expansive source of valuable social science data covering all 50 U.S. states. Subject areas include population and demographics; health and health care; business and economics; crime, prisons, and courts; labor force, employment and earnings; energy; environment, resources, and weather; K-12 education; higher education; income, expenditure, wealth and poverty; social insurance and human services; transportation and travel; and federal, state, and local government.