State-by-State visualizes current and historical economic data and analytics about the U.S. Based on the Economic Health Index, State-by-State includes the latest state unemployment numbers from the Bureau of Labor Statistics (updated monthly), as well as state data on housing, health care, energy production, demographics and more. General election polling data from RealClearPolitics will also be included through the 2012 presidential election.
State-by-State allows users to rank any set of states across selected data sets and view trends over time. The tool provides historical data going back to 2000. Learn more about State-by-State features.
Last updated: 03/08/14
Next expected update: 03/09/14
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Click a state bar to see the time series for that data since 2000. Then hover over other bars to compare.
Click the ‘Sort’ button on any row to see the states ordered by descending rank. This will sort all other rows based on the new order.
We have a lot of data! Use the menu at the bottom of the page to add rows for each category.
Median home value is defined as the median value of the American Community Survey respondents’ estimate of the market value of their property (house and lot).
The data on median home value were collected as part of the American Community Survey, a nationwide survey designed to provide communities with demographic, social, economic and housing data every year. It has an annual sample size of about 3 million addresses across the U.S. and Puerto Rico and includes both housing units and group quarters. This tabulation includes only specified owner-occupied housing units and excludes mobile homes, houses with a business or medical office, houses on 10 or more acres, and housing units in multi-unit structures. The data have been adjusted for inflation using the 2011 average Consumer Price Index for All Urban Consumers. The median home value is updated annually by the U.S. Census Bureau.
Last updated: 09/13 (with 2012 data)
Next expected update: 09/14
The homeownership rate is defined as the percent of households that are owner-occupied.
The data on homeownership were collected as part of the Current Population Survey/Housing Vacancy Survey, a monthly sample survey of about 72,000 addresses that obtains information on homeownership rates, rental rates and homeowner vacancy rates. The homeownership rate is updated quarterly by the U.S. Census Bureau.
Last updated: 12/13 (with 09/13 data)
Next expected update: 03/14