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Indiana: Guide to State Statistics: Indiana State Statistics

Explore the Data Planet repository for statistics on Indiana, by broad subject categories.


Indiana became a state on December 11, 1816, when President James Madison signed the congressional resolution admitting Indiana to the Union as the 19th US state. Indianans are known as “Hoosiers” and there are a variety of explanations as to why and when this came about. Explore these and other facts about the state at the Indiana Historical Society website or at

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Indiana Data

Search for data on Indiana in Data-Planet Statistical Ready Reference using broad subject categories. Note that the searches retrieve top-level views of datasets: there are many more indicators and variables included in each dataset, and more granular geographies. Add additional keywords to retrieve more precise results.

Agriculture & Food Industry, Business, & Commerce
Banking, Finance, & Insurance International Relations & Trade
Criminal Justice & Law Enforcement Labor & Employment
Education Military & Defense
Energy Resources & Industries Natural Resources & Environment
Government & Politics Population & Income
Health & Vital Statistics Prices, Consumption, & Cost of Living
Housing & Construction Transportation & Traffic

Indiana Sample DataSheet

This sample DataSheet from Data-Planet Statistical Ready Reference shows a a map of Indiana counties according to rate of natural increase of the population, ie, births minus deaths.

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