This United States government website has information on the use of complementary and alternative medicine in the US, including graphs and charts with statistics.
Medical Journal of Australia’s 2004 survey results on the use of complementary and alternative medicine in Australia (scroll to the bottom for summary tables and graphs).
Statistics on complementary medicine use in Europe (British Medical Journal).
BBC survey results on the use of alternative medicine in Britain.
Canada hosts Complimentary and Alternative Medicine International Research Conference.
This is a research article comparing users and non-users of complementary and alternative medicine in Israel in tabular form.
Here you'll find a table outlining some complementary medicine choices for cancer patients.
Summary of how the high cost of medical care in US prompts consumers to seek alternatives; includes summary tables. Article uses data from the 2002 National Health Interview Survey, conducted by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s National Center for Health Statistics.
Report from AARP showing statistics indicating that older Americans are not discussing complementary and alternative medicine use with doctors.
The Medical Journal of Australia: Articles on Complimentary Medicine.
An “about.com” write-up on the rising use of alternative medicine use in the US with statistics.