Good data leads to good decisions, whether you are planning a city budget or writing a grant for a non-profit. That's a big reason why
The South Dakota Dashboard has a wealth of data on South Dakota. This document will guide you in how to find, use, and download the
The South Dakota Dashboard now offers concise statistical profiles for South Dakota cities with populations of 1,000 or more at www.southdakotadashboard.org/area-profiles .
Data from the U.S.
Although the unemployment rate in South Dakota remains low, sales tax revenue has fallen short of projections and the state’s projected budget deficit has increased
South Dakotan eighth graders outperformed students nationally in reading and math, while fourth graders in South Dakota held steady with national scores in both subjects,
Personal income in South Dakota rose 1.4 percent between the second and third quarters of 2016, compared to a 1.1 percent increase for the nation,
The SDSU Rural Life and Census Data site contains reports and resources on South Dakota data.
South Dakota Kids Count collects and publishes data on children in South Dakota.
Looking for further data resources on South Dakota? Our data resource guides provide links to other relevant data collections with statistics on the state.
The South Dakota Governor's Office of Economic Development houses a wide variety of data and resources for the state
U.S. Census Releases 2011-2015 American Community Survey Statistics
South Dakota’s Economic Growth Continued to Decline in Second Quarter 2016
South Dakota Deficit Increases While Sales Tax Revenue and Retail Economy Lag
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