Economic Indicators

  • Building Permits: These data provide the number of housing units and the valuation of construction for new single-family and multi-family housing units.
  • Consumer Price Index (CPI): The CPI is the most widely used measure of inflation.
  • Lagging/Leading Indicators: Leading indicators are used to predict changes in the economy before they occur, while lagging indicators measure changes in the economy after they've occurred.
  • Taxes: Basic statistics on tax revenues, including sales, income, corporate gross income, gas and fuel use, state property, commercial vehicle state excise, and county motor vehicle excise taxes.