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Many sources have statistics and other data. Use the links below or look for other resources like them on Google.
Note that statistics-gathering can be biased against any type of group through phrasing of questions, questions not asked, methods of asking (some types of groups may never be accessible through standard means), etc, so always take that into account when you think you are looking at straight factual numbers.
The QuickFacts data access tool provides users with easy access to basic population, business, and geography statistics for all states and counties, and for cities and towns with more than 5,000 people.
There are many links here--if you look through, you may find something that applies.
Find the original source of statistical info
If you have a source that quotes another source's statistics, go find that original source to be sure everything was reported correctly. Look for the .gov (use site=.gov in your search terms) or other official site on your topic to access information as original as possible.