Statistics and data are available in the library's databases but they are not always easy to find. On this page are some recommended databases and search strategies to find statistical information.
Articles from magazines and journals frequently contain statistical information within the article itself and library databases have lots of articles. Find the article with statistics by adding the search term data or statistics to your search query. Also, look at the database's search filters / limiters and see if you can select articles with charts, or graphs, or statistics.
Articles in other databases have statistics but these databases have easy to find statistical information in their content.
Each report in CQ Researcher contains data or statistics on the issue being discussed. Look at the Map/Graph section for visualizations of data. The Next Steps and Bibliography frequently provide links to websites or online reports with statistical information.
Each Opposing Viewpoints topic page typically has links to relevant statistics from credible sources.
When searching for statistics in eBook Collection (EBSCOhost), use specific search terms for the type of data needed. For example:
For best results use the punctuation (, --), spacing, and quotation marks as shown.