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Not sure about split of household incomes, I dont think they produce a table for that. But table B19325 from the Census Bureau's American Community Survey (ACS) has sex by income broken down into ranges. You'd have to us $75,000 + as they don't have it at $80,000+. The top two categories are $75k to $99k and $100k or more. here is a direct link to the table: ...


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You can get use SEC Filings API. They have a nice RESTful API which you can retrieve and filter SEC filings data. It covers all form types of all publicly listed companies and mutual funds.


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MIT Election Data and Science Lab They state that "Our lab is a clearinghouse for data sets that can fuel studies on elections and how they're conducted. Find election data and research tools produced by us and others." Best place to find an election data Voter Registration - By County and Party United States Census Bureau In addition to the Voting and ...


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New York City WiFi Hotspots Every public WiFi hotspot in New York City. This dataset is now hosted and updated daily here The dataset consists of records for every public WiFi hotspot (ones provided by or in partnership with the city) in New York City. It contains over 2500 records overall, and is current as of August 11, 2017. NYC Wi-Fi Hotspot ...


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Birth, Death, and Other Vital Statistics National Center for Health Statistics Michigan Mortality Statistics


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Hospital General Information General information & quality ratings for almost all US hospitals This file contains general information about all hospitals that have been registered with Medicare, including their addresses, type of hospital, and ownership structure. It also contains information about the quality of each hospital, in the form of an ...


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For data related to households, you can get pre-1990 data from NHGIS https://www.nhgis.org/ Keep in mind, the U.S. Census changed the way the collect their "sample data" (items beyond the basic population county by age/race/sex - i.e. income, employment, etc) after the 2000 Census, when they switched to the American Community Survey (ACS). See the write up ...


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You can download a comprehensive file through UMich's ICPSR repository (sign up is free): https://www.icpsr.umich.edu/web/ICPSR/series/366 Here's a sample of the data – I believe the ICPSR's ToC doesn't allow publicly redistributing the full copy, but you'll get an idea of what it contains before signing up: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/...


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