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RAND California's statistics include the
following main categories, which are described below.
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periodicity, data sources, time periods available, and geographic
regions covered, view
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- Business and Economics contains
information on employment, unemployment, industry and occupational wages,
occupational projections, construction and real estate (including housing
prices and foreclosures, and non-residential vacancy rates), inflation, foreign
trade, retail and taxable sales, sales tax rates, gross state product, personal
and per capita income, farm income,
and airport operating statistics.
includes a number of "quality of
life" measures, such as crime rates, traffic, population density, and tax
covers public and private Kindergarten through
college schools in California. It includes enrollment,
enrollment projections, test scores, class size, student and teacher demographics,
district finances, and other data. Many of the databases are searchable by zip code.
- Energy and Environment
reports electricity generation and consumption, oil and gas sources,
air quality, toxic gases and metals, gas emissions and estimated water usage.
- Government summarizes federal,
state, and local expenditures in California. This link
includes tax rates, R&D spending, and govenment
- Health and
Socioeconomic covers public
assistance programs, such as TANF (welfare), Medi-Cal,
SSI, and Medicare.
- Population and Demographics
contains U.S., California, county, and city population estimates,
including population estimates by race, ethniticy, and age for most
areas. It also includes population projections,
border crossing and immigration statistics, and vital statistics.