In the political process, we hear a lot of disagreement of “facts,” and we don’t know if the disagreement is due to some information being inaccurately presented or inappropriate comparisons (apples to oranges). With reports that some “fact check” organizations may be operating for political purposes, it leaves citizens feeling helpless in figuring out the truth.
This site was developed as a public service to provide graphs of official data from the U.S. government and other reporting organizations. This enables citizens to draw meaningful conclusions about the current status and trends in the U.S. The graphs use data sets from the following organizations:
- U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis
- U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics
- U.S. Census Bureau
- U.S. Department of Agriculture
- U.S. Department of the Treasury Bureau of the Public Debt
- U.S. Energy Information Administration
- U.S. Federal Housing Finance Agency
- U.S. Social Security Administration
- The World Bank
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Dedicated to making life easier, Steve Bowles is a management consultant assisting organizations with project management, information technology, business development, and process improvement.
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