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SAGE Stats: Home

SAGE Stats provides extensive social science data covering geographies within the United States and spans various topics. Find, visualize, compare, and export data to support your research.


NEW! SAGE Recommends*

SAGE has recently launched an enhancement to our platform: SAGE Recommends! This new discovery feature dynamically suggests related content across our other SAGE products, including SAGE Journals, SAGE Research Methods and more. This feature connects data researchers to the most relevant textual resources for further discovery.

Check out what’s new!


SAGE Stats includes over thirty years of data from more than 200 sources. It features more than 13,000 unique data measures.

  • Below are the collections currently available as combined or separate entities within SAGE Stats.

    Data from more than 100 different public and private sources and backed by a rich collection of more than 3,000 current and historical data series on popular research topics.

    Comparable data from U.S. counties, cities, and metropolitan statistical areas across a broad variety of topics applicable to the social sciences. Users can explore data by topic year or geographic location with a single search and visualize their findings with charts, graphs, and table comparisons.

    A destination for researchers of all levels to find highly detailed, geographically oriented statistics to inform business research at the state, county, metro area, and ZIP code levels. Business Stats is ideal for anyone creating business plans and carrying out a wide variety of market assessments.

    SAGE Stats has been built to make complicated data easy to explore and discover. It’s the best place to start your research on location-based statistics.


When you select a dataset to view, it defaults to a map view.  You can also see and download the data table.  Click the play button to see how the data has changed since 1980, or click on a specific point on the timeline to view the map for a particular year.  You can also export the map image for reports and presentations. 

Filter Results

From the table view, you can filter by additional criteria, such as age range.


Hit the Compare tab to look at two datasets side-by-side, for instance, the Median Monthly Mortgage Payment and the Average Family Size in the West territory.

Browse Location

You can also browse by location to find profile pages of cities, counties, or states, with quick facts and links to related datasets.