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Other U.S. Government Statistics
Many other U.S. federal agencies besides the Census Bureau collect various statistics.
Statistics on Religion
Public Law 94-521 prohibits the Census Bureau from asking a question about religious affiliation on a mandatory basis; therefore, the Bureau of the Census is not the source for information on religion.
The United Nations is a good source of international statistics.
A search engine for United Nations Statistical information
CIA World Factbook
information on history, people, government, economy, geography, communications, transportation, military, and transnational issues.
Detalied country profiles published by the Library of Congress under the Country Studies/Area Handbook Program
A non-profit “museum” of data on sustainable global development
U.S. Census International Programs
World population clock and country population ranking.
Population Index database for 1986-2000
International Statistics Guide