Data.Hawaii.Gov - the State of Hawaii's Open Data portal
From the site: Visitors to the site will find over 150 datasets organized by six major topics, with more datasets continuing to be added to the site: Culture and Recreation; Economic Development; Employment; Environmental Protection; Formal Education; Government-wide Support. Data on the portal has been optimized so that users of varying technical ability will find the site easy to navigate and use. Residents, journalists and analysts will find that the data can easily be contextualized for various purposes using intuitive features built directly within the State of Hawaii's Open Data portal.
Hawaii Indicator Based Information System (IBIS) — Hawaii Health Data Warehouse
Hawaii-IBIS provides access to the state’s Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS) survey data through a simple-to-use interface that allows users to step through data selection options and perform custom queries. BRFSS is a national telephone survey that collects uniform, state-specific data on health risk behaviors, chronic health conditions, and use of preventive services among adult residents in the United States.
American FactFinder — The United States Census Bureau
The American Community Survey (ACS) is a nationwide survey designed to provide communities a fresh look at how they are changing by collecting and producing population and housing information every year. The American FactFinder is the primary way to access data from the ACS, and allows you to find, view, modify, and download data tables.
This virtual tour walks you through the features of the American FactFinder.
Strategic Plan Dynamic Report — State of Hawaii Department of Education (DOE)
The strategic plan is a joint project of the DOE and Board of Education, that provides a common foundation of expectations in public education, and is centered around closing the achievement gap to ensure equity and excellence for each student. The strategic plan dynamic report releases annual data aligned to key progress indicators in the strategic plan showing comparative data and progress toward 2020 goals, with the ability to filter to regions and student subgroups to track equitable access to quality education. Data is given at the DOE School Complex Area level.
School Status and Improvement Report (SSIR) — State of Hawaii Department of Education (DOE)
The SSIR is one of several major accountability reports produced annually by the DOE, and an individual SSIR is prepared for each public school. All school reports contain a description of the school and its setting, a summary of school improvement progress, available resources, and vital signs on school performance.
Child Abuse and Neglect Reports — State of Hawaii Department of Human Services (DHS)
The DHS produces annual Child Abuse and Neglect Reports that provide data on the total number of reported and confirmed child abuse victims for the whole state and by county.
Hawaii Registration & Turnout Statistics — State of Hawaii Office of Elections
Provides statistics on registered voters, voter turnout and turnout percentage by State and county, and for primary and general elections.
Crime in the United States — Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)
An annual publication for more than eight decades, the Crime in the United States report contains a compilation of the volume and rate of violent and property crime offenses for the nation and by state using Summary Reporting System data and summarized data from the National Incident-Based Reporting System (NIBRS). Data at the level of local law enforcement agencies are also provided for those contributors supplying 12 months of complete offense data. This report includes arrests, clearances, trends, and law enforcement employee data.
UHERO Data Portal - University of Hawaii Economic Research Organization (UHERO)
From the site: The UHERO Data Portal provides access to a wide array of economic and social indicators for the State of Hawaii, the four counties, and key external economies. Data can be displayed in tabular or graphical form, and the user can switch among monthly, quarterly, and annual formats (as applicable). Users can examine historical trends and make comparisons across counties and indicators. Tables and graphs can be formatted for printing and can be download in the industry-standard formats for immediate use in Microsoft Excel© or other graphing and reporting software. An overview home page provides a snapshot view of the State or any of its four counties, as well as access to At a Glance summaries of recent developments.