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SPANISH 301/302 (Advanced Grammar, Composition, and Conversation)
One quick way to find statistics on the web is pretty simple: search for your topic and "statistics." (Of course, be sure that the sources you find this way are reliable and check for bias.) You can also go to specific resources that provide statistics in certain areas.
Studies and surveys on a number of social and political topics, including the environment, global attitudes/foreign affairs, immigration, internet and technology, legal, news media, politics and elections, and religion
Compiled by a Michigan State University librarian, this guide points to statistical resources for different topic areas (e.g., education or the arts). Note that some sources recommended in the guide are only available to the MSU community; others are free on the web.