finding statistical information and raw data

- Books and articles will often contain statistics or quote from a report, study or experiment from which the statistics are gathered.

- You can use this information in your own paper or project.

- You can use the information to find the original statistics or report from which the data had been gathered.

- Cite your source - you are using the work of another person even though it is just numbers!

**Off campus access instructions**

- America at the Polls byCall Number: JK524 .G6 1976ISBN: 0405077114A Handbook of American Presidential Election Statistics 1920-1964
- America at the Polls byCall Number: JK524 .A73 1994ISBN: 1568020589A Handbook of American Presidential Election Statistics

[1] Harding to Eisenhower, 1920-1956 -- [2] Kennedy to Clinton, 1960-1992 - Source Book of American Presidential Campaign and Election Statistics, 1948-1968 byCall Number: JK524 .R943ISBN: 0804418160
- The Almanac of State Legislative Elections byCall Number: JK1967 .A77 2008ISBN: 0872895513Voting Patterns and Demographics 2000-2006