The sources on this page will help you answer questions like: Where is the greatest concentration of 55+ teachers? How much money does the average family spend on groceries? How has this changed over time? Where do renters live in Rhode Island? How many people have been diagnosed with asthma in my hometown?
For US based market research, most sources are repackaging and remixing data from the US Census Bureau. We have a comprehensive guide on working with US Census data directly and provide several additional sources below that provide alternate interfaces for exploring the data or combining it with third party research on topics like public opinion, health, the economy, and more.
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Below are examples of the rich source of public data. Contact email@example.com if you would like to explore data with a librarian.
Richard K. Miller & Associates (RKMA) publishes 12 biennial business reference handbooks focused on marketing and the consumer marketplace. These handbooks provide easily accessible summaries of market research and statistics - a great place to start your consumer or market research.