United States

Major cities : New York City, Los Angeles, Chicago, Houston and Philadelphia.
Available Information : Head of state, Religion, Number of inhabitants, Area, Gross domestic product, Unemployment, Inflation, Map, Hotel, Weather and Climate.

United States Information

ISO 3166-1US - USA - 840
NATO country codeUS - USA
FIPS 10-4 codeUS
IOC CodeUSA
Continent /
United States CapitalWashington
Name of the inhabitantsAmerican
MottoIn God we trust
United States National anthemThe Star-Spangled Banner
United States National Day4 July
United States Currency United States dollar (USD)
United States Calling code+1
United States Country domain code .us
United States Vehicle registration plateUSA
Traveling direction Right
Time zone UTC -11:00, -10:00, -9:00, -8:00, -7:00, -6:00, -5:00, -4:00, +10:00, +12:00
International organizationUnited Nations
North American Free Trade Agreement
Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe
G8
G20
Organization of the Black Sea Economic Cooperation Observer
Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation

United States Head of state

PresidentBarack Obama (2009)
Vice presidentJoseph Biden (2009)

United States Religion

  1. Protestantism 56 %
  2. Christianity 28 %
  3. Other 14 %
  4. Judaism 2 %

United States Data

City23,227
Area9,363,740 km² (3,615,360 sq mi)
Number of inhabitants305,738,000 inhabitants (2008) Chart
Population Density 32.7 /km² (84.6 /sq mi)
Length of coastline19,924 km
Perimeter31,958 km
Life expectancy79.6 Year (2010)
Average years of schooling 12.4 Year (2010)
Human Development Index 0.902 (2010)
Gross domestic product14,419 Billions US$ (2008) Chart
Annual change: 2.8 %
47,160 US$ per capita
Gross domestic product (PPP)14,385 Billions US$ (2008) Chart
47,050 US$ per capita
Unemployment5.0 % of labor force (2008) Chart
Inflation2.5 % (2008) Chart
Credit rating
  • Standard & Poor's: AA+ (Stable, 10 june 2013)
  • Fitch: AAA (Stable, 21 march 2014)
  • Moody's: Aaa (Negative, 5 august 2011)
  • Dagong: A (Negative, 3 august 2011)

United States Natural resource

List of major natural resources classified by importance.
  1. Natural gas
  2. Petroleum
  3. Coal
  4. Copper
  5. Lead
  6. Zinc
  7. Bauxite
  8. Nickel
  9. Uranium
  10. Gold
  11. Molybdenum
  12. Tungsten
  13. Silver
  14. Iron
  15. Potash
  16. Rare earth elements
  17. Mercury
  18. Phosphate

United States Agriculture

Listing of major crops and products starting with the most important.
  1. Wheat
  2. Fruits
  3. Corn
  4. Vegetables
  5. Dairy products
  6. Cotton
  7. Forest products
  8. Fish
  9. Poultry
  10. Beef
  11. Pork
  12. Other grains

United States Border

  1. Canada Canada 8,893 km
  2. Mexico Mexico 3,141 km

United States Map

United States Climate

  1. Humid subtropical climate 40 %
  2. Humid continental climate 46 %
  3. Semi-arid climate 4.7 %
  4. Mediterranean climate 3.7 %
  5. Oceanic climate 1.5 %
  6. Tropical rainforest climate 1.1 %
  7. Subarctic climate 0.76 %
  8. Monsoon 0.62 %
  9. Tropical savanna climate 0.41 %
  10. Arid 0.37 %
  11. Polar climate 0.10 %

United States Weather (Capital)

United States Electricity

Voltage120 V
Frequency60 Hz
Power plugPower plug : A Power plug : B
Power socketPower socket : A Power socket : B

Airport United States

Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International AirportO'Hare International AirportLos Angeles International Airport
Dallas/Fort Worth International AirportDenver International AirportJohn F. Kennedy International Airport
San Francisco International AirportMcCarran International AirportCharlotte/Douglas International Airport

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United States Hotel

Hotel Hampton Inn Salt Lake City DowntownHampton Inn Salt Lake City Downtown

Salt Lake City
Ideally situated in central Salt Lake City and 25 minutes' walk from Temple Square, this comfortable hotel is near a variety of attractions and offers spacious guestrooms with convenient amenities... view more
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$US 84
Hotel Best Western Chateau Louisiana Suite HotelBest Western Chateau Louisiana Suite Hotel

Baton Rouge
Located in Baton Rouge 10 miles from LSU Tiger Stadium, this Louisiana hotel offers a year-round pool and a gym. All guest rooms include free Wi-Fi... view more
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$US 70
Hotel Best Western Dothan Inn & SuitesBest Western Dothan Inn & Suites

Dothan
Located 6 miles from Dothan Regional Airport, this hotel offers free airport shuttles, an outdoor pool and a fitness centre. Every room features a flat-screen satellite TV... view more
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$US 79
Hotel Missouri Athletic ClubMissouri Athletic Club

Saint Louis
Less than 5 minutes’ walk to Edward Jones Dome, home of football’s St. Louis Rams, this elegant hotel offers 2 restaurants on site. Each guest room is equipped with free Wi-Fi... view more
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$US 94
Hotel The Westin Monache Resort, MammothThe Westin Monache Resort, Mammoth

Mammoth Lakes
Situated in Mammoth Lakes, this resort is a gondola ride away from skiing at Mammoth Mountain. Ski passes and snowboard rentals are available on site. A kitchenette is featured in all suites and studios... view more
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$US 249
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Nuclear power station United States

Beaver Valley Nuclear Generating StationJames A. FitzPatrick Nuclear Power PlantCalvert Cliffs Nuclear Power Plant
Ginna Nuclear Generating StationHope Creek Nuclear Generating StationIndian Point Energy Center
Limerick Nuclear Power PlantMillstone Nuclear Power PlantNine Mile Point Nuclear Generating Station

United States Olympic Games

SummerParticipation : 25Gold medalSilver medalBronze medalTotal
Medal 9297296382296
WinterParticipation : 21Gold medalSilver medalBronze medalTotal
Medal 879571253
TotalParticipation : 46Gold medalSilver medalBronze medalTotal
Medal 10168247092549
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