Access data from the Decennial Census (1990 forward), the Economic Census (1997 forward), Annual Population Estimates (2006 forward), Annual Economic Surveys (2003 forward), and American Community Survey data (test data through 2004 and all ACS data from 2005 forward).
Includes statistical reports, summary data on student enrollment and finances, budget highlights, free & reduced meals data, and more. Most reports in pdf format. See also the Division of Non-Public Education.
You can search the more than 12 million business listings by company name, yellow page headings, NAICS and SIC codes, executive names, sales volume, number of employees, and stock exchange ticker symbols. Data elements include full corporate linkage and family tree information, SEC filings, Fortune 1000 rankings, links to company Web sites, number of personal computers, square footage of facilities, owned or leased building indicator, mapping capability and radius searching, and latitude and longitude coordinates. Residential listings include more than 102 million United States residents: name, address, phone number, and information from the most recent U. S. Census, including neighborhood median household income, neighbor hood median home value, longitude/latitude, and percentage of owner-occupied households in the neighborhood. (Source: Vendor's publicity).
Special note for remote users: on your first results screen, you will see a code which you will have to enter to move to the next results screen. This will happen on each succeeding results screen.
NC statistical data in: Population and Housing, Health, Social and Human Services, Law Enforcement, Courts, Environment, Recreation, Energy and Utilities, Government, Employment and Income, Business and Industry, Agriculture & Transportation.
This resource indexes over 1300 data items from state and federal agencies. It accesses historical data and projections, 1960s to 2030. Customized report capabilities and preformatted topic reports, including census profiles, are available. (Source: vendor website)
Includes salaries of N.C. university officials as well as N.C. government officials. Not all years available. From the Charlotte Observer. See state government salaries From the Raleigh News & Observer and county employee salaries 2001-present from the UNC School of Government
Site created by Ryan Thornburg, an Associate Professor in the School of Journalism and Mass Communication at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with funding from a Knight Foundation News Challenge grant.
From UNC's North Carolina Collection
Historical information from UNC's North Carolina Collection on various aspects of North Carolina History. Most resources are not online, but some are.