Are you looking for data on the British market? The UK is one of the world’s larger economies and is ranked among the top countries for openness of its statistical data, which is good news if you’re looking to find stats! Here are three very reliable hubs with access to a very large range of data. Whether you’re looking for transport stats or health figures these providers have the data.
The Statistics website from the UK government is the first place to look if you are looking for UK-specifics. This is the central hub for all UK government publications. The UK government has an excellent record of credibility in its data reporting. This site has links to data sets from Agriculture and Enviroment to Business and Energy to Population. It even has information on things like Travel and Health.
Yougov is a great way of taking the temperature of the UK. They take a wide variety of topical polls on subjects from politics to sporting events to popular culture and publish the results online.
The Bank of England provides a great deal of information about monetary and macroeconomic variables for you to take advantage of from GDP data to inflation figures to derivatives surveys. It is a well-recognized leader on British social data.
What about you? What sources do you find useful when looking for UK economic and business data? Let us know in the comment section.
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