(ProQuest) - Provides government statistics, business, trade, and research information, and private and international statistical information. U.S. government statistics go back to 1973 and private and state sources go back to 1980.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics is a division of the Department of Labor which compiles industry overviews and labor statistics on a large number of professions and industries, including the banking industry.
FRED contains historical U.S. economic and financial data, including daily U.S. interest rates, monetary and business indicators, exchange rates, and regional economic data for Arkansas, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Mississippi, Missouri, and Tennessee.
Find both international and domestic financial statistics from the International Monetary Fund. Includes tables for over 200 countries world-wide as well as current data on international exchange rates, interest rates, inflation, deflation, international banking, government accounts, etc.
Opinion polls are a resource for gathering public response to various issues. Please note how the polls were conducted as this will provide a better understanding of the information presented.
(Cornell University) - A search interface to the Roper Center for Public Opinion Research, a non-profit education and research organization that studies politics, government, public institutions, international relations, business, social affairs, and consumer behavior. Includes sources from major broadcasting and news organizations.