This resource provides data from the National Consumer Study, a survey of U.S. adults (18 and older), covering demographics, attitudes, lifestyle behavior, consumer behavior and intentions, brand preferences, and media consumption. Users must create their own cross-tabulations; step-by-step instructions are available at https://researchguides.uvm.edu/NationalConsumerStudy.
This resource, produced by the US Department of Agriculture, features online maps that compare US counties by over 280 indicators of the food environment. Broad statistical categories include Food Choices, Health & Well Being, and Community Characteristics. Maps can compare a single indicator across the United states, view all indicators for a selected county, and zoom in to specific areas. Options include printing & exporting data to Excel spreadsheets.
This interactive database provides national and state-level data about the health status and behaviors of Americans as well as environmental or policy supports. Categories include breastfeeding, fruits and vegetables, physical activity, sugar drinks, television watching, and obesity/weight. Visitors can use the ‘view by’ option to examine data by demographics such as gender and race/ethnicity. The data come from multiple sources.
This online data and mapping application gives access to indicators about U.S. communities and markets covering demographics, employment and socioeconomic indicators, housing, crime, health, and more, at multiple geographic levels. Users can access data in interactive maps, tables, charts, and reports.
This resource can be used to explore both historical and contemporary U.S. Census data in report form or visually on a map, allowing for comparison of information from different censuses or geographic areas. Includes US Health Data, includes vital health factors such as access to health care, obesity, smoking, excessive drinking and others in nearly every county in United States. The presented data comes from the County Health Rankings & Roadmaps program (2010 - 2016).