See more sources from inform. You can also find data by searching academic research articles. See Ms. Jackson Sanborn for help!
Uniform Crime Reporting – information on crime in the US
Eurostat – European stats on economy, population, industry, trade, etc.
Data.gov – US Government’s open data
The World Facebook – history, government, economy, people, etc. for countries
International Monetary Fund – financial data for member countries
UNICEF Research and Reports – statistics on the status of women and children worldwide
Google Public Data – easy to use large public interest data
UNESCO – data and indicators for education, literacy, science, technology, innovation, culture, communication and information
Pew Research Center’s Internet Project – view and track data from their research
National Centers for Environmental Information – climate and weather datasets