The terms and conditions of the Massachusetts Archives website refer to the documents, not to their data collections.
As to historical vital records, this page states that "[t]he Archives' collections ...
The Open Data Policy and Executive Order are for federal datasets and does not mandate the same for state or local governments, although such policies does influence more local policies.
See http://www.data.gov/opendatasites for a large (but not comprehensive) listing of Open Data sites at the international, state and local levels.
For state-level open ...
It's unclear what you mean by "voter registration data".
If it's demographic statistical data, the Census Bureau has reports from 2012 and earlier, and there are more reports at the Election Assistance Commission. These reports cover the whole US.
if, instead, you are looking for actual voter lists (names, addresses), then it's unlikely to ever be ...
The US Census Bureau has an API for most of its datasets, which will allow you to retrieve state-based data in a structured form.
You just have to request an API key. They provide examples for each of the datasets - a small and basic dataset like the Population Estimates might be a good place to start. This example shows you what you would get if you ...
The Urban Institute published a good guide for those seeking data from local sources. Some of the information pertains to organizations seeking data (rather than individuals), but some of this has relevance to anyone. http://www.neighborhoodindicators.org/library/guides/nnip-lessons-local-data-sharing
In building relationships with others, it often can be a ...
Our apologies for the delay. We are updating our settings here and will strive to respond within 48 hours to future inquiries. Per Project Open Data, the individual metadata fields correspond to the specific "data asset" (or dataset) which you are describing.
A single USAID award could generate data corresponding to every single program code. ...
Census has Metropolitan and Micropolitan Statistical Areas
as well as Combined Statistical Areas (CSA):
and CBSA (Core Based Statistical Areas):
state level, yearly:
i know that is not the ideal set you wanted, baffled at how bls can't help, but not surprised. i would see if they are on github and try and ping some developers.
also, considering how they collect the data (monthly by state) its beyond ridiculous that they aren't helpful. perhaps show them ...
Here's a number of options:
ISO 3166-2 subdivisions JSON
ISO 3166-1 country lists merged w/ UN Geoscheme regional codes in JSON, XML, CSV
ISO 3166-2 NPM Package
CSV of ISO 3166-2
List of all countries with their 2 digit codes (ISO 3166-1)
Linked ISO 3166-2 Data
This data is actually very challenging to get, as there is no federal regulation requiring the reporting or mandating the collection of state and local sales tax rates. A company that does business nationwide has only a few choices: have a team that combs through legislation, looking for tax changes; or hire a service that does this.
This data is also ...
There is a Datamart for the California Community Colleges. There are a variety of datasets to download, including the transfer volume (to in-state private and out-of-state BA/BS programs) and transfer velocity under student outcomes. For velocity, you can also choose by gender, ethnicity, and other attributes.
The system is a little awkward to use, but it ...
The Department of Homeland Security has a table with breakdown by State, but not by Visa type. Probably you can find similar data sets for previous years.
Persons Obtaining Lawful Permanent Resident Status by State or Territory of Residence and Region and Country of Birth: Fiscal Year 2013
(XLS, 175 KB)
Also from DHS is a breakdown ...
National statistics for miles traveled on different roads and for different uses have been compiled for the United States by the Department of Transportation.
Historical listings from 1936-1995
Detailed listings from 1995-present
National Household Travel Survey (online data extraction tool and tables)
Specific to New Jersey (after 1995)
Even at the New ...
U.S. voting is decentralized, so there is no federal collection of this data (or, at least, one that is published). You just have to go to each state and ask for it. For instance, Pennsylvania sells its data for $20: https://www.pavoterservices.state.pa.us/pages/PurchasePAFULLVoterExport.aspx