On this page you will find data tables, including trend data related, to the Status of Women in the States project organized by indicator. Each link is to a downloadable excel table.
Excel Spreadsheet with trend date for years 1992–2004. This data includes the composite index of women in elected office, percent of women registered to vote, percent of women who voted, and the number of institutional resources available to women.
Excel spreadsheet with data for the years 1989–2005. This data includes the median annual full-time earnings, year-round for employed women, earnings ratio between full-time, year-round employed women and men, percent of women in the labor force, and percent of employed women, managerial, or professional occupations.
Excel spreadsheet with data for years 1989–2005. This data includes percent of women with health insurance, percent of women with four or more years of college, percent of businesses that are women-owned, and percent of women living above poverty.
Excel spreadsheet with data for the years 1996–2004. This data includes parental consent, waiting period, public funding for abortion, percent of women living in counties with providers, contraceptive coverage, pro-choice government, insurance mandates for infertility, second-parents adoption, and mandatory sex education.
Excel spread sheet with data for the years 1991–2002. This data includes heart disease mortality, lung cancer morality, breast cancer mortality, incidence of diabetes, incidence of chlamydia, incidence of AIDS, poor mental health, suicide mortality, and limited activities.
Excel spreadsheet with data for years 1996, 1998, 2000, 2002. This data compares composite indices using the old and new weighting systems.
Excel spreadsheet with data for the years 1996, 1998, 2000, 2002.This data compares composite indices using the old and new weighting systems.
Excel spreadsheet with data for the year 2004. This data includes women in the United States House of Representatives and women in statewide Executive Offices.
This data includes the percent of employed women in managerial or professional occupations.
This data includes the percent of women aged 25 and over with a 4 year degree or more.
This data includes the percent of low birth weight defined as babies less then 5 pounds 8 ounces.
This data includes the average annual mortality rate from breast cancer per 100,000 and the average annual incidence rate of AIDS per 100,000.