This is the society portal on Quandl. Societal data on Quandl comes from a variety of reliable and credible sources, including the World Bank, the UN, and government statistical agencies around the world.
|US Violent Crime||Datasets pertaining to violent crime in the United States. Sources included the FBI, DOJ, polls and academic surveys.|
|OECD Murder Rates||Current and historical murder rates (assault deaths per 100,000 people) for 33 countries. Data is per the OECD.|
|US Education||Education statistics including graduation rates, dropout rates, and composition of students.|
|US Transportation||Transportation statistics including fuel prices, fatalities and car ownership.|
|Chinese Culture||Media, tourism, postal and telecommunications, internet usage and other sociocultural indicators.|
|Chinese Education||Education statistics including enrolment rates, teacher-student ratios and funding.|
|Chinese Transportation||Transportation statistics including passenger traffic, car ownership and length of transportation routes.|
|Chinese Population||Chinese population, age composition, birth and death rates, marriage and divorce rates.|
|List of All Countries||List of 200+ countries with societal data. Click on any country listed on this page to see 100+ social indicators for that country. Countries are grouped by region.|
|List of All Indicators||List of 100+ societal indicators. Click on any indicator listed on this page to see the value of that indicator across 200+ countries and regional groups. Indicators are grouped by theme.|
All data on Quandl is guaranteed to be the freshest possible version of that data, brought to you directly from the original publisher of that data, with link-backs for validation and transparency.
Quandl is a collaborative effort. If there's a dataset or indicator that you would like added to Quandl's society portal, please let me know.