BBER's socio-economic database is organized geographically.  You can access New Mexico data at the levels of the state, counties, incorporated places, tribal areas, and colonias. There are also variables representing national data sets and New Mexico's position relative to other states below. We are constantly updating these series as new data is released, as well as adding more geographies and variables. If you are having difficulties finding the data that interests you, please contact our Data Bank.

Beyond New Mexico

View a map of the nation's population distribution.

View the latest Wall Street Journal Economic Forcasting Survey results!

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Using our Graphics 

Feel free to take any screenshots or print outs of our graphics for your own personal use (like a presentation, report, etc); of course we'd love if you'd keep any citation that appears attached with a graphic, but this can be substituted for another appropriate citation. Questions about reuse? Contact us.

If you like what you see and want custom visualizations or a data dashboard for your site, BBER can create exactly this for you! BBER can even host a page or two for your organization! Alternatively, we have some examples on External Link icon if you're interested.

Want to put one of our visualizations in a presentation? The most common method would be to take a screen clipping, however to embed the highest-quality images, you can embed vector graphics. 

  1. Open up to the visualizations you want to embed using Internet Explorer or Microsoft Edge. 
  2. Right click on the scalable vector graphic (SVG) and select "Save picture as...".
  3. The download window should open with the file name pre-populated and an extention of .SVG
  4. Open up Cloud ConvertExternal Link icon , select the file, click start conversion.
  5. Your file should be ready in seconds. This produces a windows enhanced media file (.EMF) which can then be imported directly into Microsoft Word, Powerpoint, etc. Most vector graphic editors, such as GIMPExternal Link icon , can open the .SVG file directly if edits are desired. 

Note that formatting is often lost when saving an SVG, however this is the only method to embed the full-quality graphic; for most people, the snipping tool or other screen capture method should be satisfactory.

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