Introducing a new state-level experience. We’ve added more comprehensive data* for a deeper understanding of your community, along with user-friendly visuals and different options to explore the information. See how your state compares.
View and compare state data
Look for the location pin to find which metrics have state-level data
To select state specific data, click the “+” symbol above the chart
Click on the Map to view variations by state
Use the Distribution chart to easily compare all 50 states
Explore by topic
What can we learn about the states?
Teacher salaries have increased this century in all 50 states and Washington, D.C., but for some states the increases have not kept pace with inflation.See your state
How many people are earning $7.25 an hour? It’s different in each state.See your state
Obesity hasn’t doubled. It’s nearly tripled in the United States over the last fifty years. We break down the data across age groups and states. We also look at the government numbers showing how obesity affects health and the pocketbookLearn more
From new building permits to ownership rates to homeless counts, USAFacts looked at data that show the changes in how and where Americans live.See your state
The GDP has grown and jobs have increased over the decade, but that growth hasn’t been uniform across industries and states.Dive deep in the data
Look through annual data to see how population and demographics have changed in every state and the nation as a whole.See your state
An Alabama law was passed following state bills earlier this year which prohibit abortions in Ohio and Georgia after 6 weeks. The bills are also being passed after years of falling abortion rates both nationally and in the states in question.Read more
A deep dive into the government’s data on the opioids crisis reveals previously unreported insights. For instance, the number of people seeking treatment for opioid addiction now outweighs alcohol abuse at reporting facilities.Learn about your community
The impact of the tariff battle between the United States and China will vary at the state level, as each state has a different trading relationship with China.See how each state fares
A state-by-state look at how prevalent food assistance programs are across America.See our interactive map
*Introducing state-level data. This is a new feature, and we will continue to add and improve the data over the coming months. Let us know what you think.