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Last Updated: Jul 22, 2020     Views: 129

  • Global Insight.
    • It has historical data as well as forecasts.
  • Complete Economic and Demographic Data Source (CEDDS)
    • Online (2010, 2012-2015, 2018, 2020 editions)
    • Woods & Poole Economics publication provides regional, state, county, and metropolitan data including projections for 1969 to 2040.  Paper volumes: 1984-2011 (lacks 1985, 1987-1991, 1993-2001, 2003, 2009) at HC106.8.C65q (RECAP); 2012 technical documentation (4 parts) - 2015 technical documentation (4 parts) at HC106.8.C655 (RECAP)
  • EconData.net
  • The U.S. Census Bureau maintains a source file for current information.
  • The Beige Book for Federal Reserve Bank regional district data 
  • The Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia retains historical forecasts for many macroeconomic indicators from the Survey of Professional Forecasters.
  • Also see the subnational section of Basic Sources of United States Economic Statistics guide. 
  • Also see the FAQ for international forecasts.

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