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STATS Indiana provides easy, one-stop access to critical statistics for states, counties, cities and towns, townships, regions, census tracts and more.

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    Population counts and estimates for various geographies and demographics.

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    Monthly estimates of the labor force, employment, unemployment and unemployment rate.

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    Annual poverty data from the U.S. Census Bureau and monthly welfare data from the Indiana Family and Social Services Administration

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    Data extracts and profiles from Census 2010 and prior censuses.

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For the latest in-depth health statistics across the state, visit Indiana INdicators, a collaboration between the Indiana State Department of Health, the Indiana Hospital Association and the Indiana Business Research Center.

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Indiana Gateway for Government UnitsThe Indiana Gateway for Government Units provides a central portal to access to budget, expense and debt data for counties, cities/towns, townships, special districts and more.

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Cumulative economic damages from 15 years of opioid misuse throughout Indiana

A special issue of the Indiana Business Review explores the cumulative costs of the ongoing opioid crisis to Indiana and its counties.


A closer look at Hoosiers with no high school diploma

About 467,200 people in Indiana between the ages of 18 and 64 do not have a high school diploma or equivalent.

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