The links that are given below will likely lead you to current data when an update is requested by the presence of a source web/CD icon next to a particular activity and/or project in the third edition of Calculus Concepts. You can also search on the item in question using an Internet search engine and find material that you can use.
Be aware that the data you find may or may not be the same as that presented in tables in the text. Some data are collected in a census of the entire population while other data are found by surveying a sample from the population. In addition, the manner in which data are collected may have changed over a period of several years (e.g., information for Hawaii would not have been included with United States data prior to 1959). Another reason for dissimilar data is that various sources may tabulate data differently. For example, one source listing the number of households with VCRs will include data for U.S. armed forces living abroad and another source may not.
Many of the references link you to the Statistical Abstract. You should choose the latest edition available and search the suggested section. Table headings are listed under the bookmarks tab once you access a particular section of the Abstract.